Clarion Chennai

#25, Dr. Radhakrishnan Salai, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600004, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on #25, Dr. Radhakrishnan Salai, Chennai (Madras), is near Monuments at Mahabalipuram, Sea Shore Temple, Gandhi Museum - Madurai, and Snake Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)

    Train from Bengaluru to chennai

    A travel blog entry by philippastevens on Feb 26, 2014

    Today is a travelling day. Today we caught a double decker train from the busy Bengaluru central train station and travelled east to chennai thus finishing the circuit of our travels. Catching a train in India was part of the experience - we had to find our allocated seats and manhandle our baggage into any spare space we could find near them. I was a bit worried about food but the 6 hour journey was well supported with people walking up and down ...

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by lollylu17 on Sep 02, 2013

    24 photos

    ... the door and took a few photos. There are people and cows walking along the railway line - children included. We saw a beautiful sunset too and then it got dark by about 6.30 which seemed very early. Mum and I refused to use the toilet on the train so we didn't drink very much! Stephen did though and he said what an experience it was! I forgot about all the sounds people make in India - you hear coughing and snorting the whole time (including from the women), although we ...

    From India to Ethiopia

    A travel blog entry by idlysambar on Nov 25, 2012

    23 comments, 4 photos

    ... buildings and a lot of traffic moving silently. There is no honking. Traffic yields to pedestrians in pedestrian crossings, a concept unknown in India. Drivers also yield to traffic on the right at intersections and roundabouts thereby avoiding honking.

    There is a café every fifty feet serving espresso, cappuccino and macchiato. There must be more espresso machines in Addis than in the whole of India. Macchiato is the national drink – a shot of foamy steamed milk with a ...

    Good idea of the Indian Culture

    A travel blog entry by xplorersarah on Oct 23, 2012

    4 photos

    ... lunch and dinner. Curry is also served and you eat with your hands, which is harder than you think. I feel like I'm throwing rice at my face. The women insist you eat more and consistently add more food to your plate. It has got to a stage more than once where I've had to over insist on not eating any more and feeling incredibly rude for saying so, even though I'm so full I've almost thrown up.

    The social customs are very different. I've been asked "When are ...

    Bye bye India!

    A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005 on Jan 15, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... keeper, who had told us the disappointing news about the Hard Rock, then arranged a tuk tuk at local prices to take us back to our hotel. This was very nice of him and he didn’t even want anything … our faith in India was restored again. We asked the driver how much it would be to get us to the airport later and he quoted a price 50 rupees cheaper than anyone else we had previously spoken to, so we agreed to meet him back at the hotel at ...