Welcome Hotel Srinagar
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
Photos of Welcome Hotel Srinagar
TripAdvisor Reviews Welcome Hotel Srinagar
Travel Blogs from Srinagar
... the airport is closed as well, so there is no way out of Srinagar, except by going back to Leh. For the local farmers, it is also a terrible tragedy. They were able to collect the apples for the season, but the saffron will not grow in October. They also lost a lot of their animals and other crops. So here we are, in the same situation as in Kargil, except the weather is warmer and the altitude, quite a bit lower at around 1800 meters. There are few if ...
... past. We will see. It would be easier if this part of the country was Pakistan but that is not the case. The city of Sri****r is a tourism hub for domestic tourists and an amazing place. Sri****r sits on the banks of Dal lake and the main draw here is the house boats. The guide books say when the British colonized this area they weren't allowed to own land. They build these extravigant house ...
... and Kaftan but is in no danger of being mistaken for one of the swarthy locals. Our first stop will be a local Muslim shrine. We pile into the jeep with the Aussies and Fire. Riding to the shrine, we get a longer look at Srinagar. The disheveled, downtrodden composition of the place presents endless fascination as horse drawn carts and chaotic markets crawl past but now we are noticing all of the armed troops on the street. This is a city prepared for battle. It's ...
... And how much I would go back to the time when I met them. Australia and my beautiful mates and their families down there. Thailand where I met the blokes who I'll hook up with again and again. Japan, that beautiful weird little country and the people I met there. Lets hope I can turn this ship around and make this another good memory. But what I've realised is; I'd rather be in prison with people I enjoy than in paradise by ...
Thanks to Kala's intense description of the sunrise at Dal Lake, we made sure to get up early, so as not to miss Srinagar at Dawn.
5:15AM - Sunrise time, but by the time the golden rays touch Dal Lake, it would be around 5:45AM.
That gave us enough time to have a stroll on the borders of the calm waters of Dal Lake.
The reflection of the hills on one side and the budding town on the other, both on the wide spread Dal Lake, ...