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We booked a room in Hotel Beas in Manali. The hotel is located very near to river Beas. We went inside room for first time. We opened back door and immediately we heard a loud noise of gushing river. I recommend reader of this blog to book room in hotel Beas for most enjoyable and comfortable stay.
The next day we went for sight seeing in Manali and also for shopping and we found a park. We played see-saw sacradown. For next day, we booked for Rohtang Pass. The Rohtang pass is a place connecting Manali and Ladakh. It is always filled with snow throughout year. We reached Rohtang pass only by 4pm. The journey was delayed due to heavy snow storm. There is one noodle shop which also sells hot tea. We had to hire all necessary woolen jerkins, shoes, gloves, etc. before entering Rohtang pass. We have to pay some amount towards these things.
From Manali we went to Chandigarh. In Chandigarh roads are neat and tidy. There is a rock garden, which is famous. It is said to be 11th wonder of world. In Chandigarh, lots of trees are beautifully planted in both extremes of road. So Chandigarh is always cool and attractive. The food in Chandigarh was really fantastic. It was a typical Punjabi meal. Rotis with subji, nan and curd at end.
Our next adventurous destination was Mussorie. We did not find any snow in Mussorie. But we found thick fog while we entered Mussorie. In Mussorie, there is a skating field in mall road. There is also a hanging bus which can hold up to 12 members. We also went to company gardens by walk. There is a lake and we went for boating. While returning we couldn't walk so somebody gave lift for us. After quitting vehicle, we ate dosas after a very long hiatus. In Mussorie, juices are prepared without adding sugar, water, masala, etc. But if one needs any of these they will be provided. It is pure and also cheap because they get it from mountains.
We returned to New Delhi. We were sick of north Indian Rotis and we became very crazy about south Indian food. We could identify a south Indian hotel named geetha bhavan in New Delhi. They serve nice south Indian food. South Indians living in New Delhi come here often to eat rice and other food. We left New Delhi without seeing Agra (Taj Mahal). We reached Chennai.
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