Grand Central Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Central Hotel Madurai
Good price, fairly clean, but staff unhelpful and toilet is rank.
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Travel Blogs from Madurai
... us but ditching him was hard. In
the end we found an appropriate hotel around the corner from dad. We
had lunch in a real Indian place were they were clearly very happy to
have some tourists so we received excellent service and lots of
attention, the food of course was excellent. In the afternoon we had
booked a storytelling tour about Madurai which, seeing as dad does
storytelling, seemed appropriate. We got a tuk tuk to the main temple
in Madurai which is said ...
... do it with humour and good grace, it will go a long way to making it easier for you and you will enjoy the experience much more.
Try and keep some good humour and grace for the shop keepers, they will hound you down the street, come see my shop, I give you good price, special price, first customer discount, you name it, they will say it to sell you something, the nice man who appears out of thin air and is ...
... mentioning is that even though we didn't take the recommended vacinations, we never once got sick and we ate a lot of very strange foods and had my share of exotic drinks. India is definitely an exoctic place, like no other place on the planet so don't worry about the unexpected.
I always tell my students when I take them on an adventure that they will never be the same. We will definitely never be the same after spending ...
... We left Hotel Sea Breeze at 1930. It was a nice enough place, not fancy but fitting in with the town's low key approach. Other two night spots like Udaipur might rival it for location but for the feel of the place only Hotel Pushkar Fort is a competitor.
One seat short with all the luggage so Lucas stood for the roughly one hour journey to Chengalputtu to pick up the train. No driving incidents to report. I asked Susie what was whiter and she ...
... expansion in India, control and then the long struggle for freedom it highlighted just how exploitative the entire affair was. I was shocked at just how many violent rebellions had been attempted, only to fail when the British Army inevitably mobilised. While the museum clearly skewed towards the propaganda side of things it did not plunge head first into those depths (like the Cu Chi tunnels).
Where it got weird was the paraphernalia half of ...