Hotel Femina

Address: 109, Williams Road, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, 600024, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 109, Williams Road, Tiruchirappalli, is near Brihadisvara Temple, Rock Fort Temple, Airavateswara Temple, and Thanjavur Royal Palace and Art Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Tiruchirappalli


A travel blog entry by lindell on Jan 01, 2015

3 photos

... wiping the inside of the windows with a towel and he did slow down a bit! After a while the rain eased, but with all the horn tooting, constant overtaking, people driving down the wrong side of the freeways and roads (very common here!) and the driving appearing to be drowsy (we made him stop for a chai after three hours), it was a pretty nerve wracking trip of about four hours!

Took about 3.5 hours. Hotel ok but grotty towels.

Turmoil in Tamil

A travel blog entry by jeanrose49 on Nov 09, 2014

6 comments, 20 photos

... oil paints rather than the softer colours of natural pigments. It is interesting though to reflect on the willingness to change and develop these iconic structures.

Leaving Madurai we continue east and note that wherever we have been in the rural areas north or south they are still relatively crowded. The roads are lined with small settlements, one leading into another and occasionally into a larger town which then peters out to repeat the pattern. ...

Our first & last train trip, and final temples

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 103 photos

... were counting large piles of money and coins, we came back out and walked the hot granite paving to the Art Museum, (no photos), to look at figurines in finely carved ivory, some of them vaguely erotic, bronzes and tusks from defunct temple elephants.

From here we carried on to the Sesha Mandapa, a 16th-century pillared hall, with excellent pillars carved to include rearing horses in battle. We talked briefly to an American couple on a ...

For something different, we see a few temples

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 18, 2014

113 photos

... as 1930. Almost none of the outer colonnaded wall showed up in the photos, so it was a bit hard to see where the 1,000 year old frescoes were rescued from.

Before recovering our shoes we made an attempt to find the tank and church in the outer grounds, but it got all too hard, as there was a road and traffic in what should have been the outer compound, so we recovered the shoes and walked out to get a three wheeler, with immediate success, back to the hotel for ...


A travel blog entry by wonderbears on Aug 27, 2013


... sense that this tea company had a monopoly on the whole town. It proclaimed that the workers are part-owners, but then we saw workers marching through town striking for higher wages. It all felt a bit Orwellian. As beautiful, cool, and peaceful as the hills were, and despite the freshness of the tea and spices we bought, we were not too displeased to leave this "utopia." Paradoxical India. Overall, we feel like we are on a rollercoaster of emotions on this trip. It's amazing how ...