Hotel Bhimaas

Address: No 1 Amman Koil Street, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600026, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Velachery area of Chennai (Madras), is near Mudumalai National Park, Birla Planaturium, Tamilnadu Science and Technology Centres, and Children's Park.
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      Last Day in Chennai

      A travel blog entry by gcmatthews on Jan 22, 2015

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... main entrance , we first passed vendors selling garlands, fruit and other things that looked like they would be offerings to take inside. Once we reached the elaborate main entrance we were told we had to remove our shoes and take them to shoe storage. Fine for Greg and Davis who had socks on, but I wasn't looking forward to walking on those grounds barefooted. We opted to just put our shoes in our backpacks and proceeded in. We were met ...

      Indian Hospitality and Beautiful Temples

      A travel blog entry by johneklund on Apr 01, 2014

      30 photos

      ... met another of Mr Raghavan's extensive network of contacts that had arranged the hotel for us in Pondy. He seemed to be a jack of all trades with his focus selling post-paid sim cards for Airtel. As we entered their workplace they were performing a ritual prayer which was interesting to see. We agreed to meet for lunch the next day. Saturday, April 5 The first stop today was to see the community at Auroville. It claims to be a University of the free soul where people ...


      A travel blog entry by jackiesee on Dec 17, 2013

      25 photos

      ... to the Bakery run by a Nepali family for brown bread, yak cheese (yumm!) and sticky buns we set off. I well and truly embraced my new identity as a “bird nerd” sitting under a shady tree, picnicking and sipping chai and being mesmerised by thousands of birds slowly circling around and landing in the trees for the night.

      Another afternoon was idled away at an upmarket resort along the coast, where I paid to lounge by their pool, eat ...

      Last stop - better than expected!

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Nov 24, 2013

      15 photos

      ... ugly, has excellent infrastructure and is generally in pretty good nick, compared to other Indian cities. We flew at 10:30pm, after a predictably laboured and repetitive departure protocol with Indian customs. We also had time, especially me, for a last minute grumble, about India - the fact that you are not allowed to leave the country with any Rupees. This provides the Indian money changers a priceless opportunity to rip ...

      Namaste India

      A travel blog entry by laurenbrooks on May 09, 2013

      ... is like this – in fact it was great to get out of cities and stay in some tranquil places to chill out a bit – but a lot of the time I found my eyes actually got tired from looking at too many things at once. Being a Westerner in this country is like being a superstar, we have been asked to be in family photos, just with kids, I've actually had a queue of about 7 men take a picture with me one by one, which was awkward as they didn't want their wives in it. ...