Hotel Willow Banks
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... our man then re-appeared some minutes later, still smiling broadly but now with the “non veg” breakfast. There seemed to be no end to it all. He would turn up at regular intervals with yet another course, we would decline it politely and he would leave it with us, all the same. We then felt obliged to at least nibble away at it and he would again arrive to take away the remains. We sampled pokaras, samosas, parathas and any amount of exotic dishes, cakes and ...
Woke up to bright sunshine. Looking out of our bedroom window we can see mountain ranges stretching on forever. Snow on the tops. S Have seen some wonderful views across Himalayas with clear sky and snow. Driving amazing, hair pin bends requiring 3 point turns to get round. Sue sat in front and driver very good, he deserved his ...
... site from which the imperial summer capital of Shimla governed India for the months from March to October. Grey limestone was quarried from a site "five miles distant" and every individual stone was carried to the site by mule to create this enormous mock-Tudor style edifice, much favoured at the time in Victorian Britain.
The lodge was the first government building to have electricity, and also European styled kitchens and laundries housed in their own ...
It was time to hit the road for Chindi, our next night halt. Getting out of cluttered Shimla and Sanjhauli took a little while. After that the drive was smooth, passing Mashobra, the Naldehra golf course – nothing particularly exciting about it – then descending all the way to ...
... when the clouds momentarily lifted.
The forest cover became less and noticeably drier and warmer ...