Winnies Holiday Inn

Address: On main Dharampur Kasauli road, 6 kms before main Kasauli Bus Stand, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, 173202, India | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn is located on On main Dharampur Kasauli road, 6 kms before main Kasauli Bus Stand, Kasauli.
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    Travel Blogs from Kasauli

    Mountains and mystics blog

    A travel blog entry by teresawoodham on Nov 27, 2014

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    ... We are both well and so far no Delhi Belly. We do as we are told, always use hand sanitiser before putting anything in our mouths, drink bottled water which is cheap and easy to get and eat mostly vegetarian , which is no hardship as it is delicious . Watch for next blog . Posts will be intermittent. Internet access not always available. We can also be contacted on Whatsapp , FaceTime, Viber . Love to you all, Teresa and Ross ...

    Parent meetings!

    A travel blog entry by wanderwall on Jul 28, 2014

    ... he said that out of nowhere he would get a bad memory or thought in his mind and he couldn't control it. This is very well what is happening. We suggested that instead of letting him get to an all out violent fit (even if it last two minutes like she said), they have to catch it and give him a form of communication (like a communication board) to say that he needs a break or something. This meeting went really well as she was very receptive to our input and ideas. She ...

    Bring on the Kasauli 5000!

    A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 27, 2014

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    ... Gawd bless our driver, he was not especially forceful, and I guess being a tad on the older side of the other drivers on the road, he was pushed around abit which made for an even more interesting trip. He had been supplied for us by the hotel and me thinks he drew the short straw as he didn't seem to have a clue as to our plans - we should have guessed. As he went to fill up with petrol, he tried to get us to pay for it - after Mark's ...

    The Garden, the Architect and the Angel

    A travel blog entry by tommymansell on Oct 01, 2012

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    ... bazaars along tiny streets, still noise and mess and busyness. The really interesting bit about Chandigargh is one man's reaction to all these city grids ploughing through his homeland, razing villages and replacing old crooked paths with die straight highways. Nek Chand began work on a rock garden. He used rubble and concrete and waste from the city to create something that has become a sort of wonderland, with waterfalls topped by naive figures, tiny huts seen ...

    Chand's Chandigarh

    A travel blog entry by globalwanderers on Oct 15, 2010

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    ... The thing was you could not see anything on the road because the fog was so thick and I was sure we were going to go over the edge at some stage. Dave said it was worse than the rollercoaster at Luna Park and I tried to sound optimistic when he asked, 'Do you think we will make it?' We did make it... at 5am. Rickshaw to a hotel only to discover all hotels in a 4 block radius were full. For 2 hours Celi pounded the pavement and Dave sat on the streets with the homeless on bag watch. ...