Hotel Zabarvan

The Boulevard, Srinagar, Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, 190001, India | Hotel
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One foot out of Srinagar

A travel blog entry by steve_julie


... he was in Delhi selling travel. Akbar's father, who is charming to us, certainly has another side. At one point we hear him yelling at the children and the screaming is so aggressive, loud and intense it feels like it could followed only by the sound of physical violence or a gun shot. We have already met Akbar's younger brother who comes in after a day spent partridge hunting with some tourists who are now staying on one of the boats. He has bagged one ...

Shabash - 7 spectacular days in the Himalayas

A travel blog entry by cavilleharris89


... teacher, at the ripe age of 58 got in. Well that was it, all us youngsters had to swallow our pride and jump into the water or face deathly ridicule for the rest of the trip. The thrill of feeling the one thousand needles of cold stabbing into you and fighting the breathlessness was incredible. We played in the water for some time and headed back to camp while the sun was still up to get warm.
The lake dip was followed by a Cricket Championship. It was truly hysterical ...

Beautiful Srinagar

A travel blog entry by cavilleharris89


... take, thinking maybe there were a lot of armless people in the town. Not so, and I'm embarrassed for it.
There is craftsmanship EVERYWHERE. Kashmir was smack bang in the center of the silk trade, allowing for many skills to be learnt from the Moghuls and Persians that passed through. Generations later, the craftsmanship in this town is immense: the hand Cashmiri stitching kaftans and scarves personally tailored, beautiful woven woolen and pashmina shawls (the real deal up here, ...

Shitty Shitty Bang Bang.

A travel blog entry by jessilou88

... the 'Top Sites' for Srinagar, as recommended in the Lonely Planet, is the Jesus Tomb. There's a theory that Jesus lived and died in Kashmir and is buried in a tomb in Srinagar. Andreas and I were really keen to see the tomb and the others were happy to come along and explore the area as well. After walking for a little while, we got directions from an arm guard to the tomb. We stood outside reading the sign which had some more information on the story when all of a ...

Suffering to Srinagar

A travel blog entry by yamahuh


... crashed and been almost crushed; the few chances we’d had to enjoy the scenery and serpentine mountain roads had been snatched away by hordes of lumbering, pollution spewing Army trucks and manic local drivers. We concocted a plan. On the return leg to Delhi, we’d put the bikes on a train in Manali (or as close as we could get to it) rather than again suffer through 2 or 3 days of riding misery.

I retrieved my Mp3, positioned the ear buds and let ...

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This hotel, located on The Boulevard, Srinagar, is near Shankaracharya Hill, Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden, Jame Mosque, and Dal Lake.
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