Shahenshah Palace Hotel
- Business Services
Photos of Shahenshah Palace Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Shahenshah Palace Hotel Srinagar
Travel Blogs from Srinagar
... make it to the airport by any means possible. We told them what we knew and then we were told that there might be a way to get some satellite communication through NDTV who is stationned at the Srinagar University. We headed that way but learned very little, other than some high ranking civilians tried to make it to the airport but against public outcry, they had to turn around. Apparently, about 70% of flights are coming in and out but with no ...
Today was supposed to be more organised because the Kiwis had taken control. We had a briefing at the start, saying no one passes the leader and that S* (a Kiwi originally from India who runs 5 restaurants in NZ with his brother D, also on the tour) would lead the ride in tandem with Manoj, the deposed tour leader. Hilariously, Manoj managed to hit the deck twice with S on the back! They were riding in mud so it's somewhat forgivable plus Manoj has short legs. ...
... the airport to Srinagar looking at the coiled barbed wire in the middle of roads choked with traffic... Soldiers everywhere. But I did notice the houses are different here - quite big and built of stone to withstand the 6 months of harsh winter. We took a turnoff to the Dal Lake and saw our first glimpses of the charming, carved wooden houseboats this region is famous for. The boats were built by the British a century ago and are less boat than over-water houses ...
... in nature, yet offers a strange merger of nature and human existence, resonating a peaceful co-existence in Kashmir.
During our stroll, we also came across Kala, Rajiv as well as Mr & Mrs Prakash, all catching a piece of the early morning misty air as well as a chance to witness a glorious sun rise.
With a few fishermen, trying their luck, in the early hours, the lake was a charm in itself.
We were on time for breakfast at ...
... few shops just to her away from the heat. Bridget even bought a coat. When we finished we tried to wait for Ashraf back at the ATM as it was inside and there was a chair to wait for Ashraf. But we were not allowed to stay there. The young security guard took us to an empty shop next door, conjured up a couple of chairs and a fan for us. Being a security guard was a part time job for him, he ideas studying to be a hotel manager. He certainly had the right ...