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Mussoorie still a hot tourist destination for X’mas bash

The surrounding hills of Mussoorie are covered with thin sheets cover of snow, and according to state Meteorological office, there is expectation of more snowfall before the turn of New Year.
A bird’s eye view of Dehradun valley from the window of trolley at Mussoorie will give you the mix of joy, thrill and excitement. And, the best thing is that sun is shining brightly in the day after the gap of two days. In the night, the joy of warming your body around bonfire with strangers is unique. You will secretly develop the art of mixing, which no book or class can teach you.

 With the news of snowfall in Mussoorie and its surrounding hills reaching speedily to other cities, more and more tourists are flocking or planning to celebrate X’mas and New Year celebration in the lap of Mussoorie  hills. Many cars bearing Delhi registration number were noticed on the road. With Christmas just a day far, mostly hotels and lodges are booked for the carnival festival. All the new and old churches will be decorated with decorating lights and X’mas tree on 25 December.

The safe Mussoorie also suffered a huge loss of tourists after the disaster hit all major pilgrims’ centers simultaneously in the higher hills of the state. Now, the state tourism industry is on the track, and many are expecting that master blaster Sachin Tendulkar will visit the Mussoorie again to enjoy carnival that will begin on 27 December. The sudden inflow of tourists in Mussoorie and Dhanulti hills is adding smile on the faces of hotel and resort owners.

The famous Mall Road, Library Bazaar, Kuldi Bazaar and Landaur  are crowded with young couples of all sizes and colors showcasing latest designer woolen garments. Many first-timers to this hill station are anxious to watch more snowfall and waiting to throw snowballs at each other.
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