Lord's Grey Hotel
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- Free parking
- Room service
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... eine Fahrerin, die sich übergibt. Offensichtlich war ihr ihre grobe Fahrt und die kurvenreichen Strecke zu viel.
Der Fahrer setzt uns freundlich ab und wir begeben uns in die 'Mall Road', um shoppen zu gehen. Jetzt heißt es wieder verhandeln. Als wir in ein Stoffgeschäft in den Keller gehen, kann ich nicht stehen, da die Decken so niedrig sind. Freundlich bekomme ich einen Hocker, auf dem ich platz nehme. Als wir das Geschäft verlassen, sind ...
... Started right outside our hotel at the giant red and white Old Railway Administration building. Just down the road from it was the grand mock-Gothic Gorton Castle, now the Offices of the Accountant General.
... historic bric a brac! The building again colonial is a white painted wooden facade and pretty garden. High hopes. We pay the obligatory 15 times more than the Indians in front and hand over or bags, because stealing a six foot stone Ganesh was a consideration, and head in. First room - power cut. Second room - three power cuts. Fourth room - didn't see because I had to feel my way out in he pitch black. You get the drift were asked to go upstairs where they have ...
... 103 tunnels. This sounds like a roller coaster, but couldn't be further from it. The train tootles along at 22km/h... If the Bullet Train is Bolt, then this exhausted automotive is Eric the Eel. The slow speed does give you a chance to take in views of the rice terraces and endless valleys though. These sights alone are worth the trip, but our sit bones have never been so sore. While Tom fidgeted in ...
... Fortunately there were few people walking about at that time of night, and one motorcyclist drove past but paid no attention. I'm not proud of having had to do this but I had no choice!
On to today, and I spent much of the day walking along the roads, tracks and paths through the hilly pine forest around Shimla. I headed to the Glen north of the centre, maned because of its resemblance to the Scottish ...