Kapil Hotel

Address: Elysium Hill, Bharari Road, Near Jass Radisson, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, 171001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Elysium Hill, Bharari Road, Near Jass Radisson, Shimla, is near Kalka - Shimla Railway, Jakhu Temple, Kinnaur, and Kufri Ski Resort.
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    Travel Blogs from Shimla

    Day 3: The Long Journey

    A travel blog entry by stringz on Mar 02, 2015

    3 photos

    ... tuks, and all manner of other vehicles. Made worse was the torrent of water rushing along the uneven road surface that was up to the ankles. Added to this the road was split into lanes each with a concrete wall about 9 inches high that seperated one lane from the other: there were six of them all running with water. Thank heavens the porters had our bags. Sue was nearly hit by a tuk tuk and me by a car (mind you the car would have been ...

    Born in the these Hills

    A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 29, 2014

    21 photos

    ... open space where the town comes to play. There are horses to be ridden, lots of watching the gals walk past and all the photographers in town hustling to make a living. I can imagine it in winter time when the whole area is covered in snow.
    Tomorrow a another active day as we brace ourselves to climb up the mountain to visit the Monkey God - Hanuman. Wish I'd given up smoking sooner - Shimla is a smoke-free town - I now know why! ...

    Shimla - Swizerland sick.

    A travel blog entry by beckyandboggy on Apr 29, 2013

    1 photo

    ... cool old clothing and jewellery from tribal and rural state people. I love the jewels it's all tarnished silver with over the top precious stones and coins and patterns. Huge bracelets and ankle cuffs and plated earrings and necklaces with badly carved tiger faces. Like grunge tacky chic but educational. The clothing is so intricately appliqué'd you'd think it was done by machine not by hand 200 years ago. Thick woollen knitted socks and leather bound shoe boots that ...


    A travel blog entry by allankapoor on Aug 24, 2010

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... was full of rich Punjabi tourists instead.

    That night I got it in my head that I wanted take Viba to a nice restaurant and have a romantic candle-lit dinner with wine and Italian food. Unfortunately we were in a remote mountain town and this was not as easy as I thought it would be. We checked out the menu of a few restaurants and found that the only wines they served were imported from France and California and a bottle would cost more than the train tickets and ...

    To Baggi but not quite to Rohroo; to Hatu meadows

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Apr 30, 2010

    86 photos

    ... refused.

    Baggi is another of many prosperous little orchard towns with its fair share of dhabas lining the main road.

    Beyond Baggi, we got stuck in a road block - caused by a huge flock of woolly goats.