Hotel R Maidens
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel R Maidens Kasauli
We had a very nice stay. The hotel is an oasis of serenity and quietness which is a treat in Delhi. And both breakfast and diner on terrasse where very good.
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... 56325;ᘁ 8; This is Delhi . Eventually after walking a kilometre or so through warrens. and alleyways that might lead into another time, we come to the spice market and the stench of street garbage is replaced by the sweetness of Indian spices , cardamon, cinnamon, tumeric, teas, and mounds of raisins, figs dates and nuts. Urchins tug at my clothes and at my heart strings , and the next ...
... he said that out of nowhere he would get a bad memory or thought in his mind and he couldn't control it. This is very well what is happening. We suggested that instead of letting him get to an all out violent fit (even if it last two minutes like she said), they have to catch it and give him a form of communication (like a communication board) to say that he needs a break or something. This meeting went really well as she was very receptive to our input and ideas. She ...
Kasauli is one of those hidden treasures that one doesn't go to unless there is a real need. A tad out of the way but near to the school (The Lawrence School, Sanawar) that both Mum and Dad attended as children. Given that both are children from British Army parents, they were sent to this co-educational military boarding school, founded in 1847 for orphaned children of British soldiers and other poor white ...
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... the courage to step out but the timing is bad. The other drivers come at him yelling so the driver crosses the traffic into the crowd of 15 people who push him to a stop. In an instant the drivers reach him and the entire group starts beating and kicking him as he yells and holds his hands to protect his head from the blows.
I have heard of this and know he could get beaten quite badly. 3 Western Tourists and myself jump from ...