Hotel Fort Queen

Manthra Road, Kochi, Kerala, 682002, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Manthra Road, Kochi, is near Mattancherry Palace, Guruvayur Temple, Santa Cruz Basilica, and Princess Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    India Day 1

    A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Mar 16, 2014

    4 comments

    ... fishing nets, and then stumbled upon these camels on the beach. So, naturally we approached them...50 rupees a ride..which is less than $1.00! Hahaha so we thought why not?! Hahah that was definitely a memory that is going down in the books...rode a random camel down a beach on the Indian Ocean...pretty sweet! :) We then took the ferry to "new cochin" and walked around a bit and got some ice cream before it was dark out because we did not want to be alone when it ...

    Oh yeah now we remember, it's hot in India!

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Feb 03, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... and we arrived here via ferry (took about 20 minutes ) from Ernakulam. Fort Cochin seems to be the main tourist and historical area. There are a couple of small sandy beaches too which are only really good for people watching rather than sunbathing. There are also areas named Mattancherry, Jew town (Rushdie's- The Moore's Last Sigh, was based around here), Willington Island, Vypen Island and Vallarpadam Island. Kochi hosts giant fishing nets from China, a ...

    Chilling Out in Fort Cochin

    A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Dec 28, 2013

    10 photos

    ... south the major external influence was Christian, starting with the Portuguese. Fort Cochin is the oldest European colony in India.

    The wealth and Christian influence really show in Fort Cochin, and in Kochi, the city we landed in. The roads are in excellent shape and drivers at least make an effort to stay in the lanes. There is a lot less honking, too. There are a lot of huge cathedrals along the road, and we saw some nativity scenes, and even some Santa figures ...

    Teaching

    A travel blog entry by jspence on Nov 07, 2013

    ... attempts, even though I made sure it was very neat, it was just different. In the afternoon, court and I painted a section if the schools outside wall, the previous volunteers had also done so, they are starting a tradition that the volunteers each paint something on the wall. Today we painted the whole wall yellow, choosing a bright colour and tonight we will plan further on what we could fill the wall with which will be relevant and nice for the ...

    The Spice Route

    A travel blog entry by sean_emily on Mar 04, 2013

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... as well. This has been a very effective program and today there is very little illegal resource extraction that occurs within Periyar. The tigers, elephants and other animals are safer than ever before as are the trees and plants. Those who once lived by taking from the Park now earn their income by protecting it.

    We stayed two nights in a camp with a team of four men. Three of the men as they explained to us were once a poaching team, who made their livelihood by ...