Kufri Holiday Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
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... us the central heating/aircon system in use before electricity and the viceroys private drawing room now an art gallery.All this cost a £1 for us both allowing photos and because he didn't have change he said pay me when you pass by which we did of course...how trusting. We also visited the C of E church which dominates the Ridge an open space where you can see both sides of the town including in the distance the snow on the Himalayas. Rudyard Kipling's dad designed and ...
... a chicken burger and fries! During lunch the day's monsoon rain begins, and we load the cars one by one under the restaurant's canopy. We reach Shimla at about 5:15, just as the skies are clearing the hill station is bathed in the beautiful long rays of sunshine during the "golden hour" at the end of the day. Before even going to the hotel we exit our vehicles at one end of the colonial section, and walk for about one hour through the town to ...
... hill town (at 2400 m) and the Indian equivalent to Banff, with lots of Indian tourists. Traffic was a mess and we left the truck below the town and taxied to our hotel, getting in at 7 p.m. Out for a rather uninspiring dinner at one of the fancier tourist restaurants here and to bed early after some tiring days. Still coughing and with a plugged head, so my ears were cracking all day long going up and down ...
... station, now set on finding a way out of the hugely populated hill city.
The police post was lit up and the friendly police there told us the time of the next bus to go near Kasauli and invited us to sit with them, away from the prying eyes of the loitering men. They even insisted on feeding us lots of food.
There were three policemen, all sharing night duty, one permanently at the desk and two resting in the back room, ...
... on the river bed! Most of the river beds are dry due to up stream power projects having diverted the main flow through tunnels to their power houses. They are supposed to allow at least 15% of the water to flow down the natural course but in reality, that never happens. Whatever the ultimate long term benefits of these ...