Hotel Vikram

Address: Mandir Bagh, Srinagar, Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, 190001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mandir Bagh, Srinagar, is near Nagin Lake, Mughal Gardens, Manasbal Lake, and Tso Moriri.
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    Travel Blogs from Srinagar

    Leaving Kargil for Srinagar, at last...

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... Ladakh. When we got to Srinagar, we were stopped before our destination of Dal Gate by too much water on the main road, and stories that downtown was now under water as well. This place is actually a disaster area. Over 160 people died in the flooding, thousands were stranded, and that is where the army is focussing their rescue efforts. There is no phone, landlines or cellular phone, no internet and on/off electricity. The road to Jammu is closed. The ...

    Himalayas by moto: Patnitop to Srinegar, rest day

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... of thin strips of water between floating fields of lillypads. It really was a magical experience the next day to sit in a little boat paddled along at a slow pace, silently slipping past locals casually dangling a line hoping for fish, others testing the depth with long poles, another sieving some type of green plant into a pile on the deck of his boat... none except what looked like a water policeman had an engine. As we went along I tried to learn ...

    India Part 1: Kashmir

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Sep 19, 2013

    79 photos

    ... not pay the additional "fee" to play. I did try my hand at buying some Kashmiri carpets. But, one, my knowledge is entirely theoretical from reading up on the old Silk Road and my old roommate Jen (best roommate ever of course), so I had no real ability to apply it to what the man was showing me. And two, the costs would more than cover at least a month of my travels in India and Asia. After that, I had a relaxing evening on a houseboat and would be off to Ladakh, Little Tibet, the next ...

    Camel for lunch?

    A travel blog entry by slobodanka on Jun 16, 2013

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    An easy day planned for us. In the morning we visited another carpet showroom and I loved a silk runner, but it is too long for our hallway. Then on to Ashraf's brother Ahmid's house for lunch. What a feast they put on for us! We met the extended family and their hospitality was very warm. Lunch was served traditional style, sitting on cushions on the floor and eating with our fingers. ...

    This is Srinagar

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 08, 2012

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    ... old fort on the hill was interesting too.

    Our final stop was Khanqah Shah- i-Hamadan built in 1730 AD

    A guy standing at the donation box said ‘don’t put it in there, hand it to me.’ We made a small donation for viewing the mosque. We were not allowed inside and could just peek through the front window. Women could not enter either and they have their little ...