Hotel Abu Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Abu Palace Chennai (Madras)
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... The following morning i took the bus from Bangalore to Chennai, to catch my evening flight back to Thailand.
It was a tough 3 months travelling India by road, rail and air. I had to pull on a lot of previous experiences to get by at times. But that just made it all the more rewarding. India has to be the most diverse country i've ever visited. Every state has its own language, food, culture, religion and even landscapes. I've gone from ...
... time and that's like 1 am Malaysian time and we were really exhausted. Having another long day to go tomorrow, all of us retired early to bed. If was indeed a luxurious hotel and I did not want to miss the comfort and luxury as I was not sure what kind of hotel we would be sleeping the next night. With this, am calling it off a night and shall post more on the places that we visit tomorrow.
... for such emergencies.
And would you believe that my flight was eventually delayed for a further couple of hours? We finally left Chennai at about 23:30, a full three hours after the flight was originally scheduled to leave, and a full EIGHT hours after I arrived at the airport earlier in the day. As a result, I didn't get to Scott and Tawan's home in Chennai until 3 in the morning. (Thanks so much for being awake and opening the door for me, Scott!) ...
... over the palmtrees and the sea, listening to Pink Martini’s 'Je ne veux pas travailler’ for a change instead of Bob Marley which seems to be the most played artist in all the touristic places.
After Pondicherry I headed a bit north, to a place which is ten times as small as you would think after hearing its name: Mahabalipuram. To confuse you a bit more, sometimes it is also called Mamallapuram. It’s a smaller version of Hampi, which I visited on my ...
... to the hotel so that we could have an early dinner and early night, as we were getting up at 4a.m. to get the car to Bangalore the following day. We decided to try the roof top restaurant on top of our hotel. You can see the whole city from up there and the food was delicious. The photos don't do it justice, but at least you can get an idea. Mum had a biryani which is baked in what they call a "dum" - covered in a bread. It was all so lovely. Off to bed for an early start ...