Annapurna Residency

Address: 19-9- 29B, Laxmipuram, Tiruchanoor Road, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, 517501, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 19-9- 29B, Laxmipuram, Tiruchanoor Road, Tirupati.
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    A travel blog entry by donna.greg on Jul 09, 2015

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    Travel Day 11

    It's gonna be another travel day with many modes of transport but with one of my favourites destinations from my previous trip in sight, Hampi! An early morning swim and a coffee before departure. We once again bump into Michael for a final farewell, having bumped into him and had many conversations with him over the last day. Now seems strange we won’t bump into him again.

    Calling It A Night In Tirupati

    A travel blog entry by venoth on Oct 14, 2014

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    ... other places including Malaysia, regardless the time you check in, check out is strictly at 12 noon the next day and full rate applies even if you only check in at 6.00 am as you may be coming for the airport, still you pay a full day's rate and check out is strictly at 12 noon.

    The setback with this hotel is that they do not have a restaurant. They had, but it is closed now for renovations and we would have to head out for a meal. ...

    Tirumala - World's Most Visited Pilgrimage Site

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 31, 2014

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    ... year. Do the math and that comes to nearly 100,000 visitors per day. Some days, of course, see more pilgrims than others and on some jam-packed festival days there are around 500,000 pilgrims visiting. The temple is also said to the India's best endowed financially, something displayed by the perfectly paved roads up and down the mountain to the temple and the spic and span grounds and mini-city that's grown up around the temple to house and serve the needs of ...

    A temple experience like no other

    A travel blog entry by eddim on Feb 01, 2013

    ... again off I went and got sucked in the push through the gate. On the other side the line was fast moving and turned into single file which was a little less chaotic for a time. Turning the corner there was another security checkpoint to go through and then back into the queue to continue our journey. Here is where the pushing and shoving and chanting got started up again and I just went with the flow and was pretty much pushed up to the temple door through the ...

    A visit to a Hindu temple

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Nov 23, 2012

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    ... floated through the crowd amongst the Hindus chanting 'Govinda, Govinda’. As we floated passed the main Govinda shrine, the locals raised their arms in praise for this god they had lined up for hours amongst thousands of people to see. It was incredible. So crazy, and with the amount of noise and pushing in the temple, you wouldn’t think this was a spiritual experience.

    As we made our way out of the temple, we received a blessing with ...