The Pearl - A Royal Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Pearl - A Royal Residency Mussoorie
Good service and nice location
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... through the crowded mall road and located the hotel we booked.
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... some loud bangs and commotion outside. I went onto my little porch. There were a small group of huge monkeys jumping off the roof, running along the railings. Back and forth. They are the same size as a ttwo year old child. Not ones to mess with. Everyone stood back and watched them with caution. One knocked a brick off the roof sending it crashing to the ground, just missing a motorbike. Gotta keep on your toes here and in your body. Not a place to be spaced out or ungrounded. They ...
... my bananas and tomatoes. I always figure that as the customer, I have the right to choose the specific fruits that I want. The vendors, however, always want to choose for me. And while I am trying to select the best fruits from their offerings, they are always trying to fob off their worst ones on me. I’m ashamed to admit that I lost the battle of the bananas today, as I didn’t think to look at the back of them before I bought them. From the ...
... and pretend that nothing had happened – to act like he had never quit. So I went back into the tandoori place and pretended that I hadn’t been there before. They served me my chicken – albeit without a smile – and everybody was satisfied in the end. I am quite willing to swallow my pride – if I can swallow a bit of tandoori chicken with it.
Mussoorie, Friday, 22 March, 2013
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