Hotel City Palace

MainTukcha Road, Leh, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, 194101, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Leh

Follow the Donkey poo

A travel blog entry by dont_pannik

... They continued obliviously which in a way felt us feel uncomfortable as we felt like we were intruding) but also, like a fly on the wall, gave us a real insight to their world. Although we have tried to immerse ourselves in the Indian culture and see the real India as much as possible (and then share this insight with you guys) we have only scratched the surface ever so slightly (as I write this I'm sitting in an air conditioned Costa coffee listening to Florence and the ...

Oxygen Deprived in the Disputed Territory

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia


... These fertile villages are agricultural based with complex networks of irrigation canals feeding lush fields of wheat and barley, fruit trees and vegetables. The hard manual work is carried out by women; in the fields, lugging heavy propane bottles on their backs or 1.5m bundles of greens on their head. Suffice to say the women are tough. From what we witnessed the men are the shade asleep! Ok, some were working on road maintenance or ...

High up in Leh

A travel blog entry by p45


... the
permits. Luckily Peter had been pedantic about the bike he got and
secured it the night before as there were some real pieces of **** with
dodgy caliper brakes, not the sort of bike to blast down 42km of a 5600
meter high mountain road
on. We loaded up and all got into the old ute/pickup and headed up. The
British guy, James, packed his paraglider incase the weather
conditions suited. It was an exciting journey up a very thin mountain
pass ...

Tsomoriri Lake Trek days 4-8 (july 6-10)

A travel blog entry by vickerskaren


... the lush green river flowing into a gorge in the distance. Once we hit the stream we take a break and Anshouk points out the tents on the other side of the river telling us that this is where the nomads are staying and that we can go and visit if we like. So we do and it is very interesting to see how these rocky structures that we have seen throughout or trek get turned into temporary homes with tents made of yak wool put up over top of them. We get invited into two homes and ...


A travel blog entry by slobodanka


... followed by Shey palace. Where they have a giant Buddha in a tiny temple (a bit of a disappointment) and lastly we went to Stok, the royal family's residence. There was a little museum with royal memorabilia. A lot of renovation work going on inside so didn't see a lot. The highlight was a charming tea shop with an outside balcony where we all had ginger tea with honey. Back to Leh an got dropped at the Bazaar. Had lunch in ...

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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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