Coloniale Heritage Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsColoniale Heritage Guesthouse Pondicherry
This guesthouse is located on the French Quarter and is loaded with antiques We managed to watch the debate while eating our breakfast croissants, served to us by lovely girls in saris. There are several fun restaurants nearby. Our drink of choice is Kingfisher beer .
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