Hotel Abhishek

No 2930/A, Mysore, Karnataka, 570001, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mysore

Day FortyFour - A palace worth talking about

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost

... was rebuilt after a kitchen fire burnt down the first design. I really enjoyed it. To end our busy day in Mysore we drove up to the top of a large hill to see one of the seven holiest temples in India. The place was so busy (with people, monkeys and cows!) and the line was huge to enter so we had a look around and giggled at the people getting their 'offerings' stolen by monkeys. It was finally time for dinner and a well deserved sleep. - ...

Mysore here we come

A travel blog entry by twovines

9

According to the LP Guide, if we haven't visited Mysore we haven't seen South India, so here we come! A nice easy start to our day with a hot shower (yes hot water) and breakfast of cornflakes with cold milk washed down with watermelon juice. Very nice. I catch up on emails and such like as we're going to be offline for the next couple of days. We pack a small bag and leave the rest of our luggage in storage then set off for the 11am ...

Meandering in Mysore

A travel blog entry by eddim

2
16

... seems longer than forty days but at the same time it feels like the trip is flying by. I think that is the nature of overland trips though.

Mysore is most popular for its sandalwood carving, silk and incense production and is a very popular tourist destination for that and for the many festivals. However outside of that there is not too much to do in the city so it was a leisurely day with our first stop being at the Maharaja’s Palace. ...

DDD- Tales Of The Riverbank/Excitement in Kochi

A travel blog entry by curryinahurry

16

... detached house set in landscaped gardens. We had a
bit of an orientation walk, then went for lunch. Later we caught the
ferry and went further into the town around the Jewish quarter, which
was interesting. The following morning we got up at 6 so we could get
an auto-rickshaw to the harbour to the fish market, but for some reason
they weren't allowing foreigners into the area, so we went for a walk
instead along the river. Me and Ginger went for a bit of ...

Cabbages and Kings

A travel blog entry by hugh.asia.trip

49

I was a bit worried, with a name like Mysore, that it might turn out to be a bit of an Eye-sore - but no, it's a lovely charming place, sleepy town, a welcome rest from the chaos and insane traffic of Bangalore.

The centrepiece is undoubtably the Sultan's Palace, where the last King of Mysore - Tipu Sultan - resided before he was finally deposed in battle.

Inside there are majestic thrones, extravagant chandeliers, ...

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This hotel, located on No 2930/A, Mysore, is near Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, Vijayanagar, and Halebidu Temple.
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