- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... from! We were pretty good and restrained ourselves quite a bit, we still have quite a few weeks here. We managed to find a nice place to eat that served red meat (mutton) as we are both feeling a bit iron-depleted due to lack of meat and green veggies here (mainly curries with scant veggies, bits of chicken, and lots and lots of rice, roti, naan bread, etc.). Chilling out today, it was a bit wet this morning but we might go for a bit of a walk soon. Till next week ...
... north of the state capital Shimla and 108 km from Mandi. Manali is perched at an altitude of 2050 meters above sea level and is spread along the banks of the river Beas. In winters, the temperature can drop below freezing point when heavy woolens are required. Summer temperatures are mild and light woolens/cottons are recommended. In Manali, one can find high mountains shrouded by silent snows and deep boulder strewn gorges. ...
... to stay!
Now I have no idea what first class is like and have never flown business class, but I am now officially spoiled for life! What a way to travel. It makes the cheap seats seem barbaric! Those of you who have had this luxury read no further. For the rest of you like me, you would not believe...champagne in real glasses when we sat down, big fluffy blankets and pillows, cushy seats that recline completely for sleeping, ...
And finally the day ends for a rest …..We moved to Home town
…..And had a traditional food and peaceful sleep …….
Day – 2
Plan to Visit the famous Rose garden …but was bit disappointed
due to less flowers , Spent the half day
only for shopping ….and finally we started back to Bangalore …and reached by
... as well and are not as common to see either.
The people in Bangalore are quite interesting so far as well. They are very different in how they treat us as white foreigners though. Some are very helpful, and very nice. If they see us at say, a food counter trying to figure out what to do, some will help and tell us what we need to do. Or while crossing the street, we've had a lot of people tell us to stand next to them and they'd help ...