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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... EURGH! FINALLY we were in Delhi! We trudged to the taxi and slumped in our seats knowing that our day would be over soon! Although that hotel was a little out of our budget range it was incredible. Think of the western perception of a 4-5star hotel! So even though we were slightly annoyed at the lonely planet guide for the expensive hotel, we couldn't help but feel grateful for our lovely room and the incredible breakfast we received the ...
... really started to click and they could really get this. We were modeling some of the assessment tasks, I was the child, and they would have to determine how to assess the child. And they got it!! It was so great. We set up a schedule for each of us for tomorrow to go into specific teachers at different times to help start the assessment. The realization hit today that we aren't going to be here forever nada he that we only have three days ...
... feed us while getting mehndi and our hands were full. She told us about a holiday when wives fast to honor their husbands and during the breakfast the husbands feeds the wives while they get mehndi! I wanted to address some cultural things that I have come across I the school with these students of all ages with all sorts of special needs: (1) These students are the most respectful students I have ever seen, and they all have special needs. Every older woman ...
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 ...
... seem to know what I was talking about, and one of the staff (there were five or six in the small office, none of whom actually seemed to be doing any work!) told me that he thought that there were trains in the morning up to about 11:40am, but that I should go to the bus terminal in Sector 17 - not a million miles away from where I had just come - where there is a railway reservation office. On finding this office and enquiring there I got ...