ATS Willingdon Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews ATS Willingdon Hotel Kochi
Travel Blogs from Kochi
... adventure was a canoe ride through the intertidal waters. We wandered the fishing villages, shellfish farm, learned how farmers have learned to use every part of the coconut, Jewish Quarter, and shops. We stood at the Arabian Sea along with the locals and ate a fabulous lunch at a local farm. Long drive to the mountains, "Western Ghats". The trip was so interesting, leading us through small towns as we headed north west and then climbed along narrow winding roads to the town ...
... garbage shall disappear from roads and public places, roads be repaired, good quality drinking water provided and the waste management improved.
We wish them good luck. If they do half of the things they are planning (half of the money will probably disappear anyway) then it could be a real pleasure to come here on a vacation.
Bye to y’all and take care everybody.
Mike and Renate
Facts about India
... air conditioning became quite welcome. We started on the waterside, with the famous Chinese fishing nets, the working fishermen and colourful local life. Santa Cruz Basilica and the St Francis Church, the oldest in Cochin, having been initially built by the Portuguese in early1500's. It was also where the famous Vasco da Gama was initially interred, until taken to Portugal. We ...
... to carry members of the royal family.
It was a short walk to the Jewish quarter. Seven Jews still live in Kochi. We visited the Paredesi Synagogue. We took our shoes off as the blue floor tiles are painted. There is an eternal flame but most of the other lighting is electric. An upstairs area was for female members of the congregation.
A coffee was in order thereafter. Diane had spied Cafe Quarter en route to the synagogue so the B ...
Our welcome to India. Many people had told us of the relaxed nature of the South Indians and lack of hassling, so we thought the region of Kerala would be perfect. Our timing was such that we had a month head start on the beginning of June, which marked the beginning of the heavy
monsoon season, where everything flooded, transport becomes dicey, drains overflow and well, apparently it's just not that flash to be around. Given the ...