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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    Travel Blogs from Tirupati

    Calling It A Night In Tirupati

    A travel blog entry by venoth on Oct 14, 2014

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    ... there was a delay which can easily happen, I wanted to be ensured that they were in a comfortable place. It is also interesting to learn that most of the hotels that we stayed operate on a 24 hours concept. That is so say that assuming you check in at 9.00 pm, then your check out time shall be 9.00 pm the next day. I am only seeing this in India. Having traveled 17 countries, I have never seen this practice elsewhere and it is indeed a good ...

    Tirumala - World's Most Visited Pilgrimage Site

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 31, 2014

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    ... myself to be pushed with the crowd through the corrals and into the sanctuary, the small idol of Lord Ventekashwara watching me from afar with his glowing red eyes. I quickly made my wish in the few seconds I could see him as the crowd carried me past. After some more time in sardinelike state and a mad rush out of the sanctuary, I finally felt like I could breath again. Oh, and everyone who visits the temple gets a nut-flavored sweet on the way out.


    A temple experience like no other

    A travel blog entry by eddim on Feb 01, 2013

    ... only handle a couple of bites. Wanting to remember this experience a few of us bought some of the string bracelets they were selling outside of the temple.

    This really was a surreal experience and not like any other temple visit I’ve done to date. I had a range of emotions during the whole experience from boredom (waiting in the VIP queue), scared (first time joining with the long waiting pilgrims), thrilled (being pushed through the temple with ...

    A visit to a Hindu temple

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Nov 23, 2012

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    ... destination. As we were told that we were not allowed to take cameras in, we regretted the opportunity to get great views of the city on the way up. But oh well, we weren’t here for photography, we were here to visit a Hindu temple.

    A we gathered our group, we followed our tour leader to the gate, then we were lead through to another section where, as foreigners we had to show our passports. Waiting patiently, we were then told that we each had ...

    Where are all the spiritual people from Goa?

    A travel blog entry by dansar on Feb 25, 2012

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    ... the lights when hundreds of mosquitoes started to terrorbomb us into submission. Finally around 4 am. we acknowledged defeat and went out to find another hotel (after spending five minutes trying to wake up the guy with the key to the gate. Indians are extremely heavy sleepers.)
    We went next door, paid 2,5 times as much for a room and fell asleep right away.
    Well, that was fine but the next night (we were going to check out at ...