Hotel R Maidens
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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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... us the central heating/aircon system in use before electricity and the viceroys private drawing room now an art gallery.All this cost a £1 for us both allowing photos and because he didn't have change he said pay me when you pass by which we did of course...how trusting. We also visited the C of E church which dominates the Ridge an open space where you can see both sides of the town including in the distance the snow on the Himalayas. Rudyard Kipling's dad designed and ...
I stared out the day in the MDS (Multiple Disability Support) classroom. Dana is an MDS teacher at home so the teacher wanted our input on activities for the classroom, how to structure it, potty-training plan, etc. These children are the cutest little things. There is a boy Nannu and every time I come in, he smiles up at me with the cutest admiration in his eyes. He is so happy and laughing and it brightens my day. I sat down at another table and he scooted his chair until he ...
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 ...
... Fantasy Rock Garden, which I visited afterwards. It comprises concrete passageways and tunnels, walls covered with fragments of porcelain, waterfalls and streams, and dozens if not hundreds of sculptures. It is essentially one big modern art installation but its unique feature is that its creator Nek Chand constructed it all from recycled materials that were made available from the clearance of villages to make way for the city of Chandigarh.
... under the age of 30 who completes the walk in less than 30 minutes is super fit, 30-45 minutes you뭨e fit, 45-60 you뭨e average, anything above 60 you're unfit, a glance back and forth between each other, What's 2 hours gonna mean??The gradient of this walk was sheer stupidity and at points while walking I was able to put my hands flat on the ground without leaning over, dripping enough sweat to solve Australia뭩 water problem we뭗 ...