I love Mussoorie and i can end this blog post there.
But let me explain a little more. Mussoorie is one of the best hill stations in India. Its beautiful, calm, and peaceful. Its not very commercial. Its very close from large cities like Dehradun (less than 40 KM ) and Delhi (less than 300 KM) and Jolly Grant Airport (less than 60KM). At an altitude of 1900 meters or 6000 feet, its quite high to give you an experience of a life time. Memories of the valley view, sun rise, sun set etc. No wonder, Mussoorie is called The Queen of the Hills. How did we come so far without mentioning the Himalayas, the hills that invite climbers, trekkers and adventure sport enthusiasts from all over the world.
Lets talk about a few more things in greater detail. Like to hotels there. If I get an opportunity to choose a hotel in Mussoorie, it will be the The Savoy, now managed by ITC because many Prime Ministers from all over the world have stayed here. And the second option is to stay in Kasmanda Palace. The other great hotels are Royal Orchid Fort Resort, Fortune Resort Grace, Roke by Manor,
Ivy Bank, Jaypee Residency Manor, Pine Retreat, The Amber – Vermont Estate, Rock Villa by baaya, The Claridges Nabha Residence, Hotel Sun Village, Hotel Diamond, Bhamboo Tent Resort, Hotel Winterline Inn, Pioneer Hotel, Hotel Library Presidency, Hotel Horizon, Hotel Everest, Hotel Mallview & Restaurant, TMQ Resort, Hotel Mansarover, Hotel QiK Stay at The High Walls, and Starz Clarks Inn.
Popular places are Mall Road, Jhula Ghar, Convent road, Picture Palace, Camel Back Road, Landour Clock tower, Circular Road, Christian Village and Kulri Chowk.
Things to see at Mussoorie are Lal Tibba, Mist lake, Kempty Falls, Jharipani Falls, Gun Hill, Happy Valley, Company Garden, Christ Church, Landour Bazaar, Cloud’s End, Jwala Devi Temple, Church Landour and Ikya Island.
Start the day with an Omelette at Lovely Omelette Centre, for lunch have that amazing thin crust pizza at Little Llama Cafe, waffles and chai at Tip Top Tea Shop and end the day with dinner at Urban Turban.
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