Hotel Hindustan

Address: Nalpad Apsara Chambers,near old bus stand, Mangalore, Karnataka, 575001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Nalpad Apsara Chambers,near old bus stand, Mangalore, is near Sultan Battery.
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      Travel Blogs from Mangalore

      Temple Run

      A travel blog entry by jonty11 on Dec 24, 2014

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      ... Sun temple in Ujire on the way. Had a peaceful darshan at all 3 places, on way back to Mangalore had lunch at "Ocean Pearl" which I felt is a bit over rated and some dishes were actually expensive than the best sea food restaurants in Bangalore!! Another visit to Mangalore city in evening followed by Dinner at Homestay summed up our long ...

      Our first disappointing port

      A travel blog entry by kayeg on Apr 04, 2014

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      ... we love churches). The village itself was almost deserted with only a few "artisans" at work but we did see some bullocks operating an oil press and some potters and weavers. The inevitable shop was full of very poor quality goods - my boys made clay figures better than these at school. We were disappointed because we would have liked to buy something. The last straw was the guide deciding to give us a rendition of George Michael's ...

      Our First Adventure out of Panca Karma

      A travel blog entry by courtenay on Mar 06, 2013

      ... for each option just in case the first one was full?? Anyway, he was turning to the next person in line but Raluca and I managed to block the next person from making it to the front so we could ask some questions of the ticket guy. Well, we started to ask questions, but instead he just grabbed our paper back, typed a few things into his computer, asked us for some money (600 rupees), and handed us our tickets. For the train we wanted. We were pushed out of the way before ...

      Shopping!

      A travel blog entry by courtenay on Feb 15, 2013

      ... so I figured I would worry about it later. I did, however, get the lavender-ish lenggies to go with my other top. And, we paid for our purchases and left the store. Well, after waiting a bit for Raluca's clothes to come back from the tailor. Her dress was too big so they said it would take 5 minutes (by which they meant 25 minutes) to alter it. And, while they were altering it, they put the sleeves on it too. For some reason I haven't quite figured out, tops here ...

      Sounds from the jungle

      A travel blog entry by suzymartin on Feb 24, 2012

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      ... great entertainment. The lighting up of the palace was impressive though-all 60 seconds of it!

      After Mysore, we spent 4 nights in Kodagu, or Coorg. This region is hilly, jungly, and home to many coffee plantations. It was beautiful and (to us) exotic, and very green; a perfectly relaxed place to spend our last few days before heading up to Mumbai. In the mornings and evenings, the air was full of many layers of strange animal and insect sounds. ...