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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... be too many passengers for the airport's available flights, or we'll need to turn back and come back to the resort. Either way, Barbara is running out of options. Going back through Leh is only an option until tomorrow evening, timewise, and neither her nor me want another very long day in a car or bus (it's at least a 14 hours ride). So tomorrow morning, we'll get up and pack and hope for good ...
... 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 ...
... fun to look and they are so polite and un-pushy! Dinner was a full Kashmiri meal tonight which everyone enjoyed again. And now I'm hoping for a better night's sleep as the noisy neighbours are gone: we have plug-in mosquito repellents operational as well as extra blankets for those who felt the cold last night. Plus I've dosed up the girls who have suffered slight runny noses. Now it's just the comforting sounds of life around the lake. ...
An early start to avoid the heat, but not early enough. We visited the Shiva Shrine visible from the houseboats. a scholars rode, then some people walked up the hill and others were driven to the top. I walked half way and then got on the bus. A police checkpoint and Heavy security at the base. No phones or cameras allowed. 240 steps up to the little shrine perched on top. Inside a ????? was dispensing blessings while the supplicants moved around in a ...
... old fort on the hill was interesting too.
Our final stop was Khanqah Shah- i-Hamadan built in 1730 AD
A guy standing at the donation box said ‘don’t put it in there, hand it to me.’ We made a small donation for viewing the mosque. We were not allowed inside and could just peek through the front window. Women could not enter either and they have their little ...