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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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We caught the number 1 bus. We got it right first time, but this was pure luck. This time we caught it to the massive train station that is the Trichy Train Junction. Before we got on the train we wandered off to a recommended restaurant, searching for a continental breakfast. Curry fatigue is setting in. Choosing the air conditioned restaurant meant cutting through the entire hotel and interrupting ...
... Moscow), not because we were missing the abundant hammer and sickle flags of Kerela, but because it efficiently ticked all the boxes. A modern hotel with a smart minimal look to it, very uber Western, however a couple of things kind of
compromised its brand. Firstly, hardly any of the staff spoke English, which is quite unusual in Indian Hotels. One of the more amusing highlights of our visit was Shaff calling down to reception to ask for a roll of ...
... for details). It would be too much trouble to take everyone's phone as they only have 20 rusted lockers at each gate to store them in. So we give the camera up, pay the fee for storage and then laugh as when we collect it back they ask for a tip. Take our word for it though the temple is quite remarkable. If frustrating. I don't mind paying the extra inflated tourist price for seeing this sort of thing and I don't object to observing local rules and customs in order ...
... from Spain and more doctors from the States in the last couple. We also took a trip one afternoon with Hasanain to see the wonderful, world famous Hindu temple here - a huge labyrinth of shrines, halls, towers, sculptures and paintings, extended by successive kings ever since the 12th century. We even came across an elephant inside that would take a few rupees from your hand with its trunk, give it to the man by its side and then bless you on the ...
... by seamstresses.
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