Leh is doing the same. Leh is maintaining existing and creating new heritage attractions for tourists, travelers, and future generations. Many of these attractions are hidden in slim lanes and by lanes and / or crowning the steep rocky slopes. So, you and I can explore them on foot only, an age old way of doing and seeing the things.
Are you a vegetarian who is planning to visit Leh? Try My Secret Recipe Bakery and Café in Hemis Complex on Zangsti Road and Golden Bakery near Balkhang Chowk. Both the bakeries serve eggless items.
Gesmo Restaurant and German Bakery located on Fort Road, Leh served so-so food.
Moon Land Restaurant in Leh serves okay food in a well-lit space. A meal at least costs INR 250 for two people. The vegetarian and non-vegetarian restaurant at Fort Road closes during autumn and winter.
We stayed at Pangong Hotel in Leh during September 18-October 6, 2013 as we got a good deal. Our experience was so-so. We would not book the hotel again because Leh offers several other accommodation choices. We would try something different.
Bon Appetiti Restaurant and French Bakery is a budget-friendly eatery on Fort Road in Leh town. The eatery dishes out vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. We have eaten here many times and observed that all locals, tourists, and travelers enjoy the meals and snacks.
Bikers love Leh. And we spotted “the future biker,” a young kid in a big private vehicle parked near District Library, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir on September 25, 2013. He was alone. The vehicle was probably locked. But the kid was happy and busy practicing “stationary” driving.
In Indian terms, Thiksey Monastery Restaurant, a mid-end eatery, quenches thirst, satiates appetite, and replenishes energy. Both set and a la carte meal options are available. A veg thali, a set meal, costs INR 150 per person. Plain rice costs INR 50 per plate. Service charge (10%) is extra…
On ninth day of March 2013, we alighted at Himachal Road Transport Corporation (H.R.T.C.) Bus Stand Mandi (Himachal Pradesh) on busy Manali highway around 5AM. The bus stand was reeking of urine. The waiting area was somewhat littered. However, the spacious stand was brightly lit. Many passengers were…
We visited Triloknath Temple (Mandi, Himachal Pradesh) on March 9, 2013. A huge electricity transformer in front of the temple gate was an eyesore. Unlike other temples, prayer (puja) was not in progress and there were hardly any devotees. The clean temple was guarded by police personnel to…