Ayodhya Hotel

Address: # 2927 Bangalore-Ooty Road, Mysore, Karnataka, 570001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on # 2927 Bangalore-Ooty Road, Mysore, is near Vrindavan Garden, Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, and Halebidu Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Mysore

Last Stop Before Chennai

A travel blog entry by anniebusch on Jan 03, 2015

3 comments, 15 photos

... then it is poured into metal buckets and left overnight to set solid into jagary. It is a bit like coffee sugar might be before it becomes small pieces. We took lots of photos, naturally!
At our next stop we visited the dungeons where in 1789 38 British officers were held prisoner. All but 13 managed to escape, but the 13 died a nasty death there. The king was finally defeated and killed by the Brits a few years later. There was a huge temple there ...

The Amazing Race: India Edition

A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 22, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... picture, a precious little girl came up to me and asked if we could take a picture together on my camera. While we were smiling, three others ran up to also be in the picture. Before I had clicked the button there was a crowd of nearly 25 people standing around watching and wanting to introduce themselves and to know where I was from. This scene of locals asking to take pictures with us as tourists was constant throughout the day at every stop and we joked with Megan because ...

How many Indians....

A travel blog entry by lick on Feb 16, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... there are no seat reservations, people will board the first carriage they come across and sit in the first available seat until that carriage is full to bursting point and no longer possible to physically fit in. Only then will they go to the next carriage down the train. This means that on a long train, the couple of carriages nearest to the start of the station will be beyond full and the other end will be empty, except for a couple of foreign tourists. The phenomenon ...

My First Hand with Mysore Dasara

A travel blog entry by manas.dasgupta on Oct 13, 2013

16 photos

... and present day human habitation just adjacent to a monument of such historical significance was appalling. This is where Tipu was killed and the British looted his forts and palaces for what would be worth may be hundreds of millions of dollars today. This is from where they took the Sword of Tipu Sultan that Vijay Mallya recently brought back home from an auction of Sothby’s (Mallya payed a price of more than half a million Pounds – if he sells it now, he ...

The perfumed city.

A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Feb 26, 2013

4 comments, 47 photos

... lined main streets but as with all of India lots of litter.

The Palace is quite impressive and was rebuilt in the early 1900's after it was burnt down when a fire got out of hand in the kitchen. Unfortunately one is not allowed to take photos of the interior but I did manage to sneak a few. It is a great mix of British and Indian architecture. Well worth the few hours wandering around.

As usual got totally lost on the way back but eventually ...

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