How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Manali
... India and to where am I flying. I answered every single question truthfully and they seemed satisfied with my answers. They men departed and three ladies standing with me all seemed relieved. Its just a formality, Dr. Sheila repeated. I am all packed, ready to go and all of a sudden there is a reluctance to leave this beautiful sanctuary of a place, flower blossoming everywhere and the light of the LORD shining at every corner. I will miss Manali, I already can feel ...
... She fought a fierce battle with the demons, ultimately killing them. Goddess Chandika Jayasundara took the slain heads of the two demons to goddess Kaushiki, who became immensely pleased. Kaushiki ...
... Dr Shivani going where language wouldn't take my older guru; an absolute privilege and I feel very fortunate to have had that experience.After the double I went for a walk to try and find a waterfall which I'd been told was a couple of km out of the village and up into the hills. I found it easily and enjoyed a few minutes listening to the water and enjoying once again the beauty of nature. I had loads of energy as I seem to when I'm happy so decided to follow ...
... a small nearby village and enjoyed some delicious Thukpa and Momo’s at the Tibetain Café in town. It was a nice and relaxing end to an incredible week in the mountains.
The final bus ride back to Shimla was comparable to a roller coaster. Our driver was obviously used to the roads and enjoyed zipping around the corners. We were unfortunately right near the back of the bus and I had a very hard time staying in my seat. We made it back to Shimla in good time ...
... and pretty.
We went to explore, starting with The Mall , just about 5 mins walk from here , via Johnsons Café where we had a lovely breakfast – fried eggs, sauteed mushrooms and toast and coffee, very , very nice.
Most places were closed as it was Sunday and Election Day so we walked up into a small village and a group of men started chatting to us , they were smoking the local ' chillum' which to you and me is hashish. Well not to me as I ...