The Paul Bangalore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... trees and flew about daily..only to sit out and have to go in..because there was a canal, that flowed by..that the stench...was literally...over-powering! There are many times, you experience this... I am taking a couple of days to "chill"...to relax...as my sciatica has flaired up and the pain is constant in my knee...so...have to get off my legs for a couple of days....Hopefully..in a couple of days...it will settle. I will look ...
... sports such as Paragliding, skiing, river rafting and trekking. December-March are good months for winter sports or to see the snow. The northernmost Lahaul-Spiti district is isolated, snowbound terrain accessible only between July-October, with some well-preserved 1000-year old Buddhist monasteries and culture.
Himachal's capital Shimla, developed by the British in the mid-19th century as a hill station that helped ...
... in India that even though this was a Friday night, the restaurant had our table and for a brief period another table to deal with only. This would never happen in London.
We arrived and found ourselves in an unusual predicament we were not sure where to go. So we went to the floor, which we thought was the restaurant to be told the restaurant was not open. Turns out we were trying to go into ...
... avalible. In service time if required food & wines service also provide. We accept credit card & forigen currencies also. With accommodation full night 6500/.
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... time in my life I saw one. I smiled. Then they started to rain and I had to stop counting. Sleeping out in the open in the middle of the desert, one of the best things I have done since I started my trip. In the morning a big red balloon rising out of the horizon woke me up. Two hours later we left to continue our way. Crossing a few farms and small villages (with people living in huts and using wells - puits - and young men playing cricket), I was saluted by many ...