Hotel Du Parc
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the shore. We sat in a French cafe (homage to Pondicherry’s history as a French colony) and sipped coffee while watching the waves roll in and the sun appear on the horizon. Shortly after sunrise, we left Pondicherry and headed for Chennai on our way back to campus. Toward the end of our 3 hour journey to Chennai we stopped to visit the nearby Shore Temple, so named for its proximity to the sea. ...
... going there to get away from the city noise. Sergio knows the owner so we got a good deal. We have a balcony with an outdoor huge soaker tub and large outdoor shower. We are on the top floor. We are looking forward to going on Tuesday.
Lots of loveRay and Ann Marie ...
... when he opened this guesthouse, which is nice to see as we missed him in Dharmasala earlier in our travels. We’ve got a big room, nice view over the courtyard, and its cool and clean. A bit nosier than we would like thanks to the late night Korean hairdryers and dogs barking, but that said, its home for the next 10 days, and they do a tasty breakfast in the morning to start our day, plus plenty of events here for us to get as involved in, or as uninvolved in as we choose, ...
... some decades ago and now is sometimes seen walking the streets barefooted with just a lungi on and a long grey beard.
X for Xenophobia
We didn’t experience any!! But it is funny to see how curious people are when people try and fathom out where our little family is from. They look at Shaff and say 'You look like an Indian, but are you an Indian?” (pointing at our children and giving Lou a once over glance). They ...
In the art gallery Kala Kendra, of the Bharat Nivas (Indian) Pavilion, there are many exhibitions by Aurovilian artist and visitors. We have been to see the early Feb. offerings a couple times.
A Hungarian born Austria, Drago Druscovich (Graphics and Paintings), and German Claudia Volders (What's In Between Us - Paintings Energy of Art) were introduced and talked briefly about their works.
Our friend Aurelio from Austria is an artist and musician, and ...