Hotel City Palace

Address: MainTukcha Road, Leh, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, 194101, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on MainTukcha Road, Leh, is near Leh Royal Palace, Leh Post Office, Prayer Wheel, and Library Road Vegetable Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Leh

    3 IDIOTS & THE PARSIS: The trip to Ladakh

    A travel blog entry by ltanaz on Oct 06, 2014

    259 photos

    ... most of all the people. Tashi also told us about a village called Dahanuk in Ladakh, where the very few of the remaining Aryan race survived.
    With as much as 3 layers of clothes, 2 warm blankets & no hot water bags, we tried to put ourselves asleep. It wouldn't help. We were cold & little did we realise what was happening outside. The temperature kept dripping. It was only the next day when taps wouldn't give out water, did we realise that the temperature had dripped to ...

    Stok and Spituk on a scooter

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Jul 29, 2014

    30 photos

    ... was just starting. I figured the fear of riding in this city needed this little incident to get to the fun part of the day. And a great day it was. It cost Rs920 to fill up both scooters (no fun yet), although I can't tell how many liters he put in. Petrol stations are far in between (no fun yet) so I didn't want to take any chances we could get stranded anywhere. And then, we left on the Leh-Manali highway (still, no fun yet), to turn into the town of Choglamsar. We stopped briefly ...

    Day Twelve – A day of Monasteries and Palace

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 06, 2014

    35 photos

    ... Hemis Monastery. It was built in 1650 and is the largest monastery in Ladakh. There is going to be a two-day festival starting tomorrow. The monks were practicing their dancing. It is part of their prayer ritual during the Hemis Festival. For the most part, there was one dancer at a time. Before we left, there were three dancing at one time. Our guide took us into the main assembly hall. When we were in Tibet, it was forbidden to take pictures or we had ...

    The Nubra Valley

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... mountain after epic mountain. Massive scree slopes that would have taken 10 minutes to slide down if you had the misfortune of losing your footing at the top. Only thing is, it was impossible for my puny little mind and being to figure out how one could ever make it to the top of these huge mountains. Everywhere I looked the peaks were weeks away by walking. A huge dusty wide river plane at the bottom of the valley, kilometres across. Then another broad, ...

    Helping out, a bit...

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Jun 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... for info. Still, there are always novelties of sort to find: Thirsty for a Jolt, anyone? (See picture #1) Some people need to work really hard for their piece of bread. Against all better practices, I had to give this kid a few rupies. He picks up plastic and metal garbage discarded along the road, but My Indi isn't good enough to know what he does next, with ...