Shiwalik Regency

Address: The Ridge, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, 171001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Ridge, Shimla, is near Kalka - Shimla Railway, Jakhu Temple, Kufri Ski Resort, and Kinnaur.
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    Help! We're in Shimla, get us out of here!

    A travel blog entry by caraemma on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... ok! Once on the train we let out a sigh of relief that hopefully nothing more could go wrong. However, we had been sat down in the wrong carriage and were sat in someone else's seats. Grudgingly we lugged our heavy luggage down to the general carriage. This was okay for the first 5 mins as we had seats to ourselves. However, over the course of the 4 hour train journey (which was actually 6.5hrs!) we had endless amounts of people cramming ...

    Day 13, Oct. 11

    A travel blog entry by alexandmary on Oct 11, 2013

    15 photos

    ... bread), a chicken dish, a lamb dish, and raita ( a yogurt with cucumbers and maybe some spices in it - it helps cool down your palate). Dessert is almost always Gulab Jumun, a round ball, sort of golf ball sized, made of lentil flour, fried like a donut, and with a simple syrup over it. Sometimes they serve ice cream with it.

    After lunch we walked the Mall - a British-era pedestrian walkway that curves around the hillside. It is now ...

    Himachal Pradesh: from Delhi to Shimla

    A travel blog entry by morganmgotz on Nov 08, 2012

    20 photos

    ... of Ghee(clarified butter) and they are rich and creamy! After lunch we headed to a rooftop bar cafe for some drinks. We had just payed and were about to leave when a Kingfisher beer and Masala Chai arrived at our table. We were a bit confused until we lookedacross the terrace and saw two young Indian chaps with massive grins across their faces said "please do come join us for a drink"! We spent the next three hours chatting to these guys, who wre cracking us up! The reason ...

    Hill stations and hidden surprises

    A travel blog entry by rio2012 on Aug 11, 2011

    Whilst Leh will have to wait for another time, as 30 hours north by minibus, I headed to Shimla, which boasts that it is India's premier hill station / indian holiday resort, including toy train which weavers through the mountains and valleys.

    Shimla felt too clean (!) and western at first, however the surrounding area retains so much charm, including the ViceRoy ...


    A travel blog entry by malariamonday on Jun 18, 2010

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... afraid that we would fall and break something, finally resorted to bribing the campground manager into forbidding me and my friend from playing in the trees. I think he was sorry to do it, as we were obviously more comfortable in the trees than on the ground, but fear of Grandma's wrath made him enforce the so-called rules.

    But I digress. In India, the monkeys fill the streets and are not afraid of people. They could be compared ...