Hotel Deccan Continental

Address: Sir Ronald Ross Road, Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, 500003, India | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Sir Ronald Ross Road, Secunderabad, is near Golkonda Fort, Charminar, Salar Jung Museum, and Husain Sagar Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Secunderabad

Life as a Celebrity in India

A travel blog entry by shannond on Jun 10, 2015

40 photos

... temple is no longer in use as it was broken into by moguls and they stole any jewels or gold and broke some of the gods, which after that occurs it cannot be a working temple.

Mysore Palace was definitely a palace… much more so than the one we saw in Bangalore, which is why all the locals redirected us there. As we toured the palace, we did a guided headset tour, which everyone could do but turns out just the white folks do it. MANY locals were ...

Too late !!!!!!Aaaargh!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by lifes2short on Feb 12, 2011

5 comments, 4 photos

... few tranquilisers as we only counted 4 near misses (or rather, near hits) on the way back.
The Fort was though, worth going to. An enormous 17th Century structure with some very delicate porticos and arches still intact and some lovely, well-kept gardens redolent of English abbeys. The National Trust however would have been horrified as people were being allowed to clamber all over the walls and walk right to the edge of ...

City of Pearls

A travel blog entry by helen_joe on Jan 28, 2011

20 photos

... headed back down through the palace of the fort. In one room a guide was showing a secret communication method used under the king’s room. If one person stood in one corner of a 20m squared room and another person stood in the opposite corner and spoke very quietly in to the wall, the first person could hear them loud and clear through the wall in their corner.

After the fort we walked up to the Qutb Shahi tombs which were big mausoleums. Lonely Planet ...

What a week

A travel blog entry by janelle_dale on Apr 25, 2010

3 comments, 53 photos

... the main aim of the lesson I took it upon myself to do it my way and have done for the rest of the week. So far there have been no bad side effects for them or me although there have been some protests from the young people that we haven't done things the "right" way.

Day 2 there were 50 something children. Day 3 there were 62 and day 4 there were 65. Not sure if this will increase on Monday. One thing for sure is that the chapel is not very big (approx. 10m x 3 m) ...

Working to survive

A travel blog entry by janelle_dale on Apr 18, 2010

27 photos

... buildings around the city. There are many different banks and publishing houses and all the other jobs that go to make a large city tick over.

In the west we have so much. The average person here is glad to have a roof over their head, clothes on their back, food to eat and a job to go to every day. They don't have 4x2 homes and every gadget known to man in the kitchen. They live very basic lives and are happy for it. They do struggle and at times need ...

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