Swiss Hotel Kashmir
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... a decade experience’s to host, who extend personalized services so that you enjoy a comfortable stay. An excellent home food, Family loves teaching Indian cuisines and is eager to learn about the food and culture of there guests. We hope you come as a guest and leave as a friend. In essence, we’d like to treat guests the way we’d like to be treated
... in the dark. It was beautiful seeing all the little shops in the lake lit up - and exciting to pass so much lake traffic as lots of boats made their way home. Tonight before dinner, a jumper salesman arrived in our lounge room. It's such fun having salespeople come over unannounced and show you their beautiful wares. Sadly, despite the excellent quality often soft cashmere and pashmina jumpers, nothing took my fancy. But it's ...
... few shops just to her away from the heat. Bridget even bought a coat. When we finished we tried to wait for Ashraf back at the ATM as it was inside and there was a chair to wait for Ashraf. But we were not allowed to stay there. The young security guard took us to an empty shop next door, conjured up a couple of chairs and a fan for us. Being a security guard was a part time job for him, he ideas studying to be a hotel manager. He certainly had the right ...
So here we are, camped between two crystal blue lakes, fishing by the river, breathing the freshest air in the world!
On the way, we pass through an extraordinary village, of small dwellings protruding from the earth and which perhaps resemble hobbit-holes - sloping earthen floor, 3 dry-stone walls, roof covered in grass. They treat us to excellent Kashmiri tea cooked on a paraffin stove.
... 37,000 people to Sufi Islam and it is likely that he introduced Kashmiris to the Persian art of fine carpet making. Non-Muslim people are not allowed to enter the mosque but we were able to have a peek through the main door and the interior architecture was both ornate and beautiful.
On our way to the Jama Masjid Mosque we caught glimpses of the craggy crumbling houses of the Old City.
The Jama Masjid is located at Nowhatta in the middle of the Old ...