Mussoorie Journals

The Perfect Getaway

A September 2005 trip to Mussoorie by ravishammi

Quote: I would like to share my pleasant opinion on this mountain town. It never stops fascinating you.

The Perfect Getaway

Overview

Quote:
The winding mountain road is the first breathtaking thing. The view of the valley, along with the misty mountains and the dense Himalayan forests, captivate one. For tourists, the main advantages are that lot of places to be seen. This place is quite different in that people don’t fleece you. Things to be seen include Kempty Falls, Dhanolti, Gun Hill, Lal Tibba, and Tehri.

Quick Tips:

The best route is by train. Take the Shatabdi Expressway. Please avoid the Mussorie Expressway.

Best Way To Get Around:

For short distances, it is best to walk. For slightly farther distances, take a rickshaw. For still longer distances, commute by taxi.

Nowcin House

Hotel

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The rooms were clean and overlook the valley. The guesthouse was located just 1km away from Gunhill. It comprised a small room attached to a bathroom with a toilet. The room has a clean double bed, TV, and dressing table. It’s okay. It’s better to take food out.

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on September 12, 2005

City Point

Restaurant

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The starters are the best. There are many varieties of soup, and vegetarian and non-vegetarian manchao, hot and sour vegetable, and chicken are the best. The dishes, especially the naan and parantha varieties and noodles with gravy, are very good.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on September 12, 2005

City Point
Kulri Bazaar
Mussorie, India

Kulri Bazaar

Attraction | "Mall Road/Kulri Bazaar"

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You get everything here: local wooden ornamental hangings, metal ornaments, woolen sweaters, Tibetan food, and Chinese food. Don’t miss the Tibetan food, especially the non-vegetarian food. The Chinese food is also very good. Don’t go for the South Indian food. If you really want good food at a reasonable cost, go for the Four Seasons and Tavern.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on September 12, 2005

Kulri Bazaar

Mussorie, India

About the Writer

ravishammi

ravishammi
Gurgaon, India