Maurya Residency

Address: 2716 Sri Harsha Road, Mysore, Karnataka, 570001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2716 Sri Harsha Road, Mysore, is near Vrindavan Garden, Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, and Halebidu Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Mysore

    Last Stop Before Chennai

    A travel blog entry by anniebusch on Jan 03, 2015

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... then caved in and got 20 ml of water lilly oil, to use next year in Sweden. He then showed us how to make perfume from the oils - take 20 ml of surgical spirit and add just a few drops of essential oil, and there you have it! As a sign that we probably still paid far too much, he gave us both a packet of incense sticks. I am sure our tuk tuk driver got his reward as well. Then he drove us back to the hotel, we ordered tonic, ice and lime from room service and ...

    MY SORE ARS

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... br> We reached the state of Karnataka at 1250, entering the Bandipur Tiger Reserve. There were lots of speed bumps, presumably for the protection of the wildlife, the latter constituting deer and boars from what I saw.

    How many times today did Suzy describe something as 'lovely'? She must have 'Everything is beautiful' [by Ray Stevens] on her Ipad. There were a couple of nodding sessions over the journey. Went throught a bovine chicane. Leaving ...

    The Amazing Race: India Edition

    A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 22, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... I was little and it was the first time since arriving that I really felt like I was in India. The mausoleum is where Tipu Sultan is buried and as best as I can describe it, it’s a glorified cemetery – I guess not too unlike the pyramids. Before going up to the tombs I noticed that everyone was walking around with their shoes off. I thought it odd they chose not to wear shoes, but realized a few minutes later that it was actually a requirement to go in. We all took ...

    How many Indians....

    A travel blog entry by lick on Feb 16, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... the businessman and small time entrepreneur. Get talking to anyone for long enough and you will be encouraged to 'come see my shop/guesthouse', take a guided tour with them, go back to their house so they can teach you to cook or their wife can do henna on you (all for a fee of course). Everyone is selling something. Even children will try to persuade you to come and see their family business or hand you a pack of stickers and demand Rs 10. In general most of these people ...

    Mysore, My so beautiful.

    A travel blog entry by pooja.kundargi on Jan 03, 2013

    7 photos

    ... to get a picture with us. I'm pretty sure it was more to get a picture with Briana than me but their shyness and excitement after getting a picture was too adorable.

    We then went to another temple, within the Tipu Sultan fortress. One thing I learned about temples in India is that since you're required to remove your shoes before entering, people will make it their 'business' to 'watch' your shoes so no one steals it, and charges you a few rupees ...