Guru Hotel

Address: 13 A, Royal Road, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, 620001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 A, Royal Road, Tiruchirappalli, is near Brihadisvara Temple, Rock Fort Temple, Airavateswara Temple, and Thanjavur Royal Palace and Art Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Tiruchirappalli

Rock Fort

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Mar 23, 2014

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... I am sceptical being from Australia and all. This was also the first time the stairs were exposed to the sun. Lauren crab danced along them making little “ooh, ooh, hot, hot” sounds.

The rock towered above the city. The actual fort wrapped around the rock slightly below us and jutting out imposingly over the city. Above us and on top of the rock sits a squat temple. The views were amazing (once we had skipped into the shade of a tree). Hawks were lazily ...

Our first & last train trip, and final temples

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 103 photos

... much till seven, so we headed back to the Taj, and dived into the gloom of the restaurant at the back of the building, and settled for paratha and sweet and sour chicken and a lime soda. When they brought out the good paratha, they also brought out a silver dish of what looked like the brown, highly curried "gravy" that normally goes with paratha or naan or rice to make it tasty, which we ate while we waited for the sweet and sour. At some stage it dawned on us ...

For something different, we see a few temples

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 18, 2014

113 photos

... for him, but this confuses him and he has to ring his base, as he was sure the price was 1,500Rs. No wonder we get confused about tipping – this man doesn’t normally deal with Western tourists, and he had no expectation of a tip.

We go out almost immediately, as we want to see Nataraja Temple before it closes in the middle of the day. This temple is one of the five holiest Shiva temples (we’re visiting all five). It is dedicated to Shiva as ...


A travel blog entry by jackiesee on Dec 08, 2013

28 photos

... Different walls were built around the temple between the fifth and seventeenth centuries, but most was built in the fourteenth century. The place was bustling with activity in the inner layers, bells ringing, prayers being chanted, kids calling out. There were various courtyards with shrines, tiny butter lamps, lots of carved stonework, and people sitting eating their lunch or snoozing. Non-Hindus weren't allowed into the innermost shrine, but ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by lollylu17 on Sep 06, 2013

50 photos

... was a perfect day for a bit of exertion! The drive into Fort Rock was a bit stressful - like most drives in India, but here it seem to be worse. Trichy is how I remember Chennai being 10 and 18 years ago when I came. Chennai seems much cleaner and a bit more organised whereas Trichy is still in a bit of chaos. I must dig out my old photos to compare, but I remember Trichy being smaller than it seems now. As you walk in the temple there is an elephant with a hindu man ...