Sarovar Portico, Manali

Address: Club Road, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175131, India | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Club Road, Manali, is near River Beas, Hot Springs at Manikaran, Prashar Lake, and Cantt Retreat.
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    Travel Blogs from Manali

    Manali

    A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Nov 02, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... past, using their hands and any available body part to shove you out of the way. Lucky we only had a few stops to go, and we’ve got to say that actually the air con on the underground here works better than the London Underground! On our way in everyone’s bags are searched and you walk through metal detectors, which we found odd, but maybe this is due to the recent issues with Pakistan and potential IS terrorist attacks. If only the army guard who was asleep in ...

    Week One of Placement

    A travel blog entry by asteller on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... basic biochemistry, tests for the common viral, bacterial and parasitic infections (which we will come to later..), and a lot of the common tests normally done in pathology labs (with one lab technician and his assistant). There is also an x-ray room next door and all test results are ready for the afternoon follow-up consultations which are a little more haphazard, with patients lining up outside the doctor's door (some cutting the line) when they get ...

    Deo Tibba Base Camp at 4800 metres!

    A travel blog entry by george.lawson on Sep 01, 2013

    2 photos

    ... to cross the river, which meant me standing at the front of a V formation and, once having crossed, losing nearly all my remaining energy before we’d even started the last climb. Many others felt the same way, as we all needed a break every two minutes, the effort as we ascended made all the more daunting by one of the fitter guides who waited for us higher up, staring down at us with a pointed hat as though he were the grim ...

    Solang Valley : Gliding our way to the top

    A travel blog entry by anvt on Jun 11, 2013

    21 photos

    ... overweight, please don't risk us all". So I had to leave it behind with my 'lighter' friends who would get it down.

    All set, now I had to run. With the weight of the glide attached to me, I started with all my might and just after 3 steps, I was in the air. I was expecting a fall due to my weight. The guide was behind me. He took a deep dive and suddenly lifted it with a jerk. He was controlling it on pure aerodynamics. He just had to pull a couple of strings ...

    Fulfillment

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Nov 19, 2012

    66 photos

    ... seen mountains like this before. The one we stood on, Mcleod Ganj, was about a mile high. But above us? Above us the mountains rose and rose, soaring to heights I never knew reachable. Peaks capped in permanent snow loomed above the tiny tibetan village. I wanted to cry, I wanted to break down in that very spot. What does one do when they've reached a childhood goal? What possible ecstasy overcomes a man as his dreams unfold before him. It was like ...