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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Shimla
... 8217;s Mall Road. Spirits were high but as the evening wore on our energies began to flag; the day had taken its toll. We were all in bed by 11 p.m. It had taken 31 hours to get from Taipei to the hotel and by the time we turned in, barring a quick snooze on the flight to Chandigarh, I’d been sleepless for over 40. When my head touched that pillow I was out like the proverbial light. Bright and early the next morning, we would begin our ride into the Himalayas.
I couldn’t ...
... on the outside of each carriage. It was a four and a half hour trip to Kalka which was fairly uninteresting but comfortable enough. The amount of rubbish that we passed was unbelievable with no blue bins in sight. We arrived at Kalka at 11:50 and walked over to the Himalayan Express waiting on its own platform, it is known as a toy train which is a narrow gauge and is now a Unesco World Heritage site. The ...
... The area is dominated by a 7 level, white marble cascading water feature that runs the full width of the gardens (a good 300m) with amazing dome shaped structures on either end. The surrounding trees are full of squirrels and monkeys and there are a couple of places to grab a drink and some dosa (round flat bread) with the dipping sauce of your choice.
And of course, not a day in India can pass without a buck or Rs250 to be on your toes to protect. As we entered ...
... to head to Shimla. It was Sam’s birthday, so an 8-hour bus ride wasn’t the best way to celebrate but had to be done. We reached Shimla early evening, still travelling one last time with Matthias (Antoine had left us in Kalpa), and after finding a hotel we went for a birthday dinner. We meant to go for Western food but as we didn’t find anything satisfactory, we had a good Indian meal and some drinks instead.
Shimla is one of ...
... in reverse back from Manali. Permits are issued by the Office of the Additional District Magistrate but I was given the usual misinformation in trying to find this place, and when I did, I was told that applications had to be for a minimum of four people, and supported by a travel agency. I will try in Manali instead where maybe the rules are different!
In the afternoon I planned to hike to Summer Hill and Chadwick Falls (dry at this time of year but ...