Hotel Deepa Comforts

MG Road, Mangalore, Karnataka, 575003, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on MG Road, Mangalore, is near Sultan Battery.
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    A travel blog entry by uaetravelsupl on May 12, 2014



    A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Feb 22, 2014

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    ... sixties enter the carriage and me and Akhil lose our space and he goes to sleep on his mothers bed leaving me to share the space outside in the corridor with seven or eight other guys for another three gruelling hours before the train arrives at Mangalore junction at 5.00am, and I've had no sleep at all, I find a taxi and room at inflated nighttime prices, that I don't have the will power to barter against. The next morning after I wake up and as I leave ...

    Self medication?

    A travel blog entry by simonchegwyn on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... my garage) and some self surgery. To those that are thinking ' what's he on about now' suffice to say, I was young, foolish and almost died as a result. Self surgery? Don't be silly - go visit a doctor ;-) Anyway, I digress - I've taken 'rest' for most of today but still managed to find the energy for a bit of maintenance on the mighty impulse. ...

    Super - Supermarket

    A travel blog entry by traveller23 on Nov 18, 2012

    ... quite nice and fairly cheap at 750 rupees, had hot water and wifi.

    After a good sleep and hot shower headed out the hotel in search of breakfast but after an hour of wandering couldn't find anywhere that sold breakfast, all the restaurants opened at lunch time. Headed back to the hotel and asked the receptionist who gave us directions to The Ideal Cafe. It was a pure vegetarian place so didn't even sell eggs so settled for a cheese toastie.

    Not much of an entry - only a few spare hours

    A travel blog entry by kimmy-t on Jan 21, 2012

    Bags gone into storage, we were free to walk around Mangalore. Just up the road from the station we found a very busy street stall serving chai, samosas and all the southern indian food like idli and puri. Had a chai and 2 samosas – must stop eating deep fried things for breakfast!! Argued a little with the vendor as one of the guys eating told us everything was 5 rupees and he charged us 7, ...