Radisson Hotel Shimla
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... clean and an absolute delight. Our room was large and spacious and furnished with a tall convector heater. We were soon to understand why this piece of apparatus was there and we certainly grew to appreciate it presence.
A major feature of the hotel was the art deco “Hollywood” bar. The walls of which were festooned in signed photos of legendary Hollywood stars such as Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Greta Garbo and Mary Pickford. There were countless ...
... We were intrigued that despite the building being in a bad state of neglect that we could still see the splendour of a once grand old establishment and a fine example of British influenced architecture. A plaque outside informed:
"...'Railway Board Building', a unique building of its time, was built in 1896-97 by M/S Ric******* and Cruddas, a Bombay based firm, at the very just sum of Rs. 4,08,476/- only. This building replaced the site of old residences known ...
I got up somewhere before Jaipur and it was just about to dawn. We stopped the car at a petrol pump to get refreshed while others in the car had nice nap. We spent about 1.5 hrs at petrol pump and started again. We saw a big petrol pump with attached restaurant and decided to stop for tea. I don't drink tea. So, others had tea while I picked up mangoes what we were carrying. After that, I checked air pressure in the tyres and it was bit less. So, started filling air with air ...
The Viceroys toy train built in 1903 connects Shimla to the rest of the Indian rail network but like Darjeeling is on a narrower track and is a World Heritage railway.
I will today journey not just for a 'joy ride' or a one hour journey like in Darjeeling but ride the entire 96km length in similar small but comfortable carriages taking a total of 5hours!
It was great to see ...
... us in for a cup of tea!
For dinner that night, we were served a dish of freshly harvested local peas which are supposed to be the most tender and flavoursome peas in North India. They certainly were tender and sweet. The flip side of the coin was that other than the standard mattar, alu, gobi, the hotel did not have anything else for ...