Winnies Holiday Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... lines, as always, to take pictures of us. Even while I was swinging on the swing, they would stand next it and take pictures. So odd. After going through this, we had the ridiculous autorickshaw drivers telling us overpriced amounts to get back to the hotel. Fall lily we had a reasonable driver who took us to Gopal's, a familiar place to us where we could get freezing cold water and milkshakes for dinner. It was the perfect end to a fabulous ...
... 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 ...
... They went far beyond their spheres of responsibility to ensure we enjoyed our stay. "Make yourself at home" is a saying I've heard often, but never truly bought into. One evening, after polishing a bottle of Old Arrack with the man of the house, I found myself in his bed, rubbing my excuse for a beard against his, which was Chuck Norris-esque, while he was passing out. Sure, make yourself at home Warren. Of course we were paying customers, so the argument could be made that they ...
... but when in toy train we were just enjoying every bit of the scene and the greenery .. the high mountains , the winds kissing me.... i was going cold ..but was enjoying the climate .. I had this trip with my family of mom dad and younger bro.... I was waiting to reach Shimlaa....
... up enough, she left for India, lured here by a childhood fascination with The Jungle Book. It's great that she has already 'seen the light' and got life's priorities sorted out - for me it took 7-8 years longer and I'm still not fully clear in my head!
The rest of the day was spent travelling - a bus back to Haridwar, then by train to Chandigarh, changing trains at Ambala Cantonment.