Legend Sarovar Portico

Nalagarh Road, Village Malpur, Baddi, Himachal Pradesh, 173205, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Nalagarh Road, Village Malpur, Baddi.
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    Travel Blogs from Baddi

    A Winding Road to a Colonial Hill Station

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Aug 08, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Cutting to the chase

    A travel blog entry by wanderwall on Jul 29, 2014

    ... the other side of the world laughing with them about how much we overpay the autorickshaw drivers or discussing the best place to buy a sari around Chandigarh. I have completely fell in love with these women! We thought we were coming to teach them, but I really I don't think they will ever understand the amount that they have taught us in these (almost) two weeks. Today, the amount of laughing that circled the room with these peers was ...

    How much wood a human need

    A travel blog entry by maxint on Oct 27, 2009

    4 photos

    ... everything from here, but with not too much detais - just what I need. The coffin is put on the ground, the drummers stop and everyone sit here and there, taking some rest after the walk. Then some folks start gathering wood. How much lumber an average person needs? Well, at some point a car with more woods come, which are thrown down, almost making the funerals to a collective ones. The rest is just on the pictures... 
Coming home I see a stack ...

    Trapped by a blizzard.

    A travel blog entry by cmm80 on Sep 19, 2008

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... groups did try to walk out three days into our imprisonment, but they came back because numerous avalanches had made blocked the roads. Our days revolved around mealtimes. We would start off the day with a cup of chai and some cookies, and lunch would be rice and dal (beans) served around noon. Then some more chai, then dinner (more rice and dal), and then a cup of tea before we tried to go to sleep. Some people slept on ...

    Koenig and the metal headz

    A travel blog entry by robdy2k on Jun 25, 2008

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... to my exam. At this point I had been trying to revise the materials for the exam but felt they were almost in a foreign language. The networks part of the MCSA - the 291 exam (otherwise known as 'The Beast') is definitely the hardest Microsoft exam I have ever taken and one of the hardest exams I have done PERIOD. Richard Cope will agree with me. I came into class and Durgesh asked me how my revision was coming along. At this point I was ready to ...