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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... stained glass for it and just like every church in the uk has memorials in brass inside to various long forgotten colonials and local worthys some of which are very poignant.We enjoyed a cup of tea and the largest pakoras ever in a restaurant with a view but the fog descended again so we called the hotel to send us the taxi. we mistook the pick up place and sat down waiting when a passer by said are you waiting for your taxi because he's further down the road. good karma abounds ...
... the other side of the world laughing with them about how much we overpay the autorickshaw drivers or discussing the best place to buy a sari around Chandigarh. I have completely fell in love with these women! We thought we were coming to teach them, but I really I don't think they will ever understand the amount that they have taught us in these (almost) two weeks. Today, the amount of laughing that circled the room with these peers was ...
... m not sure how to describe it. And then also these sweet white round desserts. Everything is so so sweet here. I couldn't possibly eat it but she was saying how it's rude not to finish everything in their culture so of course we had to eat it all. No dinner for us tonight! We sat and talked about ourselves, SOREM, her son, and just learning so much from each other. Couldn't have asked for a better day!! Can't await to see what tomorrow ...
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 ...
The only way out was an overnight bus which at first seemed quite okay, Celi and Dave had the front two seats with plenty of leg and bag room, yes, you had to take your lugguage on board. The first 15 mintues of the departing 10pm bus was okay but then the fog set in and the roads wound like a snake for the next 7 hours. Having front row seats meant two things 1) You are the sure to die on impact as you catapult through the windscreen 2) you see everything on ...