Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Ashutosh Inn in Shillong- Day 3

The hotel was on the first floor. I could see the exquisite interiors from the entrance itself. The lobby and corridors were well kept. The room was small, but well maintained. It had polished wooden furniture, elegantly designed with vitreous tile flooring. Last but most important, the bathroom was spacious, well ventilated and had modern sanitary fixtures.
The room
The dining hall

Chotu, a Nepali, serving the food

The hotel had cook and he took order for our dinner. We ordered chicken fry, veg pulav, fish fry, roti and omlette curry. The food was very yummy.The in-house chef was specialized in traditional cooking. All meals were served buffet style on fixed menu.
Veg pulav
Fish fry and omlette curry
Chicken fry
Umer's camera is hungry to capture the mood...
Start with some salad...

We slept off early as we had to wake up early for local sightseeing the next day. We had asked the hotel people to arrange for a cab. Anglican Cemetery, Beadon Falls, Bishop Falls, Elephant Falls, Botanical Gardens, Mawphlang sacred groves, Lewduh, Kyllang Rock, Lady Hydari Park, Lum Nehru Park, Rengthiam Falls, Sweet Falls, Sohpetbneng Peak, Spread Eagle Falls, State Museum, Thadlaskein Lake, Ward’s Lake, Butterfly Museum, Jakrem, Ranikor, Shillong Peak, Golf Course, Don Bosco Museum, Sohra, Noh Kalikai Falls and many more places in and around Shillong are major tourist spots and I will tell which all the places we went and which all we missed.

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