Courtyard By Marriott Chennai

564, Teynampet, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600018, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Teynampet area of Chennai (Madras), is near Marina Beach, Sathyam Cinemas, Hogenakkal Falls, and Story Trails.
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    Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)

    Indian Hospitality and Beautiful Temples

    A travel blog entry by johneklund on Apr 01, 2014

    30 photos

    ... the St Mary church in the fort that seemed packed full of statues. In the evening we headed to a local restaurant where we enjoyed another basic meal of two veggie curries and naan bread. We did splash out on a couple of starters this time! Thursday, April 3 Today was temple day! We headed to the small town of Kanchipuram - the old capital of the Pallava dynasty, a few km south west of Chennai. Mrs Raghavan was kind enough to take us to her three favourite temples in ...

    Good Day to Hang Out with Family

    A travel blog entry by milady.r on Dec 20, 2013

    ... recuperation! Uncle was happy that Sis and I would be able to hang out with cousins and bummed he wouldn't be able join in our toast to his health. Had a great evening talking, drinking, and eating good food with cousin and their children. Went to a restaurant called China Town which had very good fusion Indian-Chinese food. Climbed into a clean and comfortable bed with a content smile on our faces ...

    The sound of stone

    A travel blog entry by markanthonylow on Aug 02, 2012

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... of the puffer fish which had been discarded from the fishermen’s nets and roll upon the edges of the surf until their spiked and bloated bodies get discarded a second time, by the sea. A rocky outcropping, upon which a shore temple rests, divides the beach and also provides a barrier for the swell to break upon, gifting this place with an excellent right hand point break. A consistent perfect sized wave peels off, and with very few surfers here it is ...

    Temples, rock carvings and beach time

    A travel blog entry by helen_joe on Jan 26, 2011

    22 photos

    ... a lot of intricate small carvings but these are too heavy and delicate to buy as souvenirs.

    Again we spent the afternoon on the beach and most of the next day. The beach faces the Bay of Bengal and the waves are very powerful, so swimming isn’t the safest – it’s more just standing and getting battered by the waves. It’s nice though to get a few days of relaxation after a lot of travelling in the past ...

    21/7/10: A night at two airports

    A travel blog entry by raohari1973 on Jul 21, 2010

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... last trek, that I'd forgotten about! ****! Ok... so now what?! Leave it there? Fortunately, I had enough time to spare. So they let me back out to put it into my check-in bag. I went to the Jet Airways counter, where they sent someone into luggage to retrieve my bag. I had to redo the baggage screening, get a new boarding pass, etc. But it was all very painless. The whole process barely took a few minutes and everyone was very ...