Hotel Sun ' n ' Star
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel Sun ' n ' Star
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sun ' n ' Star Mussoorie
Travel Blogs from Mussoorie
... of the time in sädhanä and samädhi. Seeking solitude, he would go deep into the forests, oblivious to the dangers therein. Thus he was very conscious and alert about practising the values of brahmacarya and ahimsä.
· There are several examples of his physical tapas (austerity). During his last days, when he was very sick, he used to lean back against the wall while sitting. Someone offered him a pillow and he refused it. He said – ...
... and I, in a very British manor, turn my nose up at their Indian whisky and 11% beer options. Looking in our book again we decide that a Tibetan restaurant is on the cards so head for an early dinner. Kalsang Friends corner is a good fusion of Manga haircuts and red Chinese lanterns and is packed which is only a good sign. We are ushered upstairs where the staff take secret photos of us as we read the menu. Choosing spring rolls, chilli potato and mixed veg in a sauce ...
... lake on the floor of someone's shed. The room was awful there was no door so we slept in the room next to porters who kept coming in the room to get blankets and bits....very random and a little disturbing. During the nights rats were going through the rubbish in the room and were pretty close to us. After originally planning on staying 2 nights we made a swift departure back down the ne t morning. The lake was amazing though with snow all around ...
... rest of the way (for 600 rupees). So the bus / taxi combination costs half as much.
My hotel is very near one of the two Mussoorie bus stands, the Library Bazaar one. So I went to the bus stand at about 9:00 and asked around about the bus to Dehra Dun. Predictably, and uselessly, everybody told me the bus would be there in about 5 minutes. In fact it came in about ten minutes – and left at 9:13. After a very winding trip down the mountain, ...
... extreme shortage of women. (Duh!) So there are a lot of (sexually) frustrated males in India – particularly among the poor. At the same time, a society that disdains women like this produces men who generally don’t have a very high opinion of the worth of women. After all, if they are routinely killed off at birth – how much can they be worth?
And finally, in India’s male-dominated politics, there historically hasn’t been ...