Tulip Inn Green Castle

The Mall, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, 248122, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on The Mall, Mussoorie, is near Corbett National Park, Kempty Falls, Corbett Falls, and Khirsu Village.
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    Travel Blogs from Mussoorie

    Om Tapasvine Namaha - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by swatmananda on May 24, 2014

    8 photos

    ... spices and flavour. This was done to develop control over the taste.

    Even when his health was deteriorating in the last few years, Tapovanji Maharaj would not visit a doctor. He would not show undue concern for the body, knowing well that it is perishable by nature. In his final days, when he was very sick, Gurudev requested him to come to Delhi for treatment. But Tapovanji Maharaj refused, posing a question, “Don’t people die in ...

    Mussourie - Queen of the hill stations.

    A travel blog entry by beckyandboggy on May 10, 2013

    3 photos

    ... and so honest and open to speak with us. It makes a change from the usual touting and pestering which can be so tiresome and infuriating. Although not the most chatty of drivers he tells us he was not born in Dehra Dun and that Mussourie ‘is nice holiday for all tourists’. It’s actually been really nice to travel at this time of year and we’ve had the chance to meet some really great Indian families along the way. The weather is sometime stifling but ...

    Life's good in India now

    A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Apr 11, 2013

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... election. It was somehow clear to us that these people were paid to march around town with banners, shouting for people to vote for their candidate.

    India is known as the world’s largest democracy, but here, they don’t even pretend to campaign on issues. It’s more a case of paying a group of people to march around giving the appearance of supporting you – with the expectation that if you win the election, you will steal back ...

    Getting re-settled

    A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Mar 24, 2013

    6 comments, 9 photos

    ... an obscure town in the region that my friend Gregory is planning to visit when he comes to India in a couple of weeks.

    I was having a nice conversation with these gals when one of them requested to have her picture taken with me. After that, all the cameras came out and photos were made in every possible combination and permutation. I told them that I would look for them in Pauri should I happen to go there with Gregory when he comes to India. ...

    My first dip in River Ganga !

    A travel blog entry by jiten_thailand on Apr 14, 2012

    13 photos

    ... we decided to leave early , around 6.30am to miss ...