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

    CHAOS!!!

    A travel blog entry by donna.greg on Jul 09, 2015

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    ... todays journey will take 22 hours in total and will go in this order: tuk tuk, 2 hour bus, 4 hour train, 3 hour wait, 9 hour train, 30min bus. The journey really is a part of the adventure here and what doesn’t kill you will only make you laugh more on the other side. The bus to Chennai is full but uneventful, other than the driver almost driving off with Donna barely on the bus, standard practise ...

    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

    ... and arrived inside. We pulled off to the side to re-group as the men in our group were still were going through the checkpoint (for once there was more men than women and they had to wait). Once re-grouped we joined the crowd once again and got pushed along the passage to inner sanctum. Reaching the inner sanctum there were workers there to push you along so people really only had about 3 seconds to say their prayers as they were pushed past. Immediately afterward ...

    A visit to a Hindu temple

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Nov 23, 2012

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    ... and a silver hat. We then were given a small bowl of curd rice, and were able to receive a laddu (a local sweet ball made with ghee), if we handed in our tickets. It was a great finish to an amazing experience. Hindu people are amazingly devoted people who go through a lot to worship their gods. This was one of the most unique visits to a Hindu temple we have had the pleasure of experiencing. It took hours, we had to jump through hoops, but all in all, it was so worth ...