Mughal Sheraton Group Of House Boats
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Had a terrific sleep in till about 10.30am. Got up, had breakfast then relaxed. Life was great.
We went for a row on the lake and went to have a look at the shops on the other side. Mick, Steve and Mary did some stretching. I wanted to do mine on the roof but out Pharrens arrived.
The locals put kangas or winter warmers under them. We took …
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Welcome to Bed and Breakfast, A home stay run by a family, located in the famous Nageen Lake Srinagar Kashmir. Facing a nice park, our home stay is located in one of Srinagar's most exclusive neighborhood and is well connected with all parts of Srinagar. The family is eager to make your stay comfortable and assist you with your travel ...
... is that. This absence of resentment allows for a much easier social flow. Next stop is at Akbar's friend Hayaat's restaurant. This means some out-of-jeep street interactions and virtually without fail the people are far more welcoming than Beverly Hills. The street could be in Kabul as skull caps dot headscape across crowded streets. It could also be Kabul if we were about 100 kilometers east of where we are standing. The restaurant, compared to every other eatery in ...
... The climb for the day was over much to our relief, and we stopped for lunch. We all removed our shoes and enjoyed dipping our feet into the FREEZING cold water which was melting directly off the snow peaks above us. Lunch was definitely a highlight for me everyday. We were given our lunch in the mornings after breakfast and by 11am your tummy could not wait to reach the lunch spot.
The trail began sloping down into a meadow lined by Silver Birch trees and a few shepherd ...
... a cruel and crippling certainty every year. I also wonder how they would manage to impose the increasing demands of the crucial tourism trade onto an environment like this - the sporadic availability of internet is a classic example. I hope our breed of rucksack wielding, bakery predators never demand more than this place can realistically offer, for this landscape of rock cannot be sculpted into a tourist haven as if it were simple clay. And of course, these mountains are also ...