Lord's Grey Hotel
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Awoke to a beautiful morning on the mountain at Parwanoo. Descended on the cable car and reclaimed our bikes at the bottom. Temperature hot but not unpleasantly. Set off up the winding road towards Shimla. The hills are large and steep sided and we went up and down crossing the ranges. Have to drive very defensively as the motorists' passing manoeuvres are crazy. Passing on blind corners seems normal. A lot of busy villages and lots of sacred cows browsing on grass or rubbish along ...
... have had a chance to enjoy these moments.
We had a tour of the Victorian theatre while the play due to start the follow week was rehearsing. Sad that we missed the play that had been on until two days before our arrival, but I guess, as our tour guide said: "this is a matter of chance". The theatre seated 320 people with a ground floor and gallery. Some of the gallery seats had no view of the stage and interestingly, a number of people would full these extremely ...
... another hotel. But they were being stalked by some suspicious character that moved into the room next to theirs. They didn't feel comfortable staying next to the creep so checked out and moved over to Spar’s Lodge. We were happy to see these two earlier than expected and had a delightful afternoon and evening with them.
Francie’s Great grandfather was Governor of India’s North West Frontier and ...
... t mentioned about Shimla is that there are a lot of wild
monkeys around...wild, but very used to humans. Foolish tourists have
fed the monkeys up the hill towards the temple so the blasted animals
have worked out that anything in a person's hand could be food and they
often grab bags etc. As we got further up, the monkeys were lying in
wait and one of them eyed up the bag in which I had my brand new
flipflops. We ...
... 3 nearby; they are seriously scummy – mouldy walls, dirty linen, manky threadbare carpets or concrete floors with stains on them, yellowing walls and so it goes on. Oh and the best bit, not only is hot water a luxury, running water does not necessarily mean a shower.The other 3 had no running water only a bucket to fill up to wash with!!! I wouldn’t mind but they are just under £10 a night as well!!! Anyway we go back to the first one with our tail between ...