Hotel Sangam Tiruchirappalli
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We woke up a little early. The plan was for 8:30, but Lauren couldn't bear to disturb my angelic slumber. We shambled out at a little after 9:30 and headed straight for the bus station. This was supposed to kill two birds. A couple of more western oriented cafés were there and we would be catching a bus to the temples. Both cafés were closed. We waited around until 10 am for Café Cappuccino to open, but this turned out to be a colossal misnomer. They ...
... on Platform 3, and literally thousands of people pour off – we have no idea how they could have all fitted on. We think there is only one train leaving this station, so this must be it. We look for the five-digit train number, but there is no readable number on the carriages. Lots of people have boarded the train before it even stopped, so we think we better get on, and worry about whether it is the correct one later. We walk along till we see an ...
... 8221; (who also started Auroville). It’s another no shoes, no camera place, with a multitude of rules and conditions for those seeking freedom to obey. The place is pretty flash, charges to hold shoes, and is a big draw card for foreign tourists.
From here we walk past the fortified Governor’s Residence, the very flash Cercle (club) de Pondicherry, the Central Park, hospital and French Lycée, before stopping for drinks and some French fries to ...
... difference I observed between myself and white people everywhere was obvious. On the plus side, I got left alone a lot and not hassled to buy rubbish everywhere. I also despise the auto rickshaw trade with a passion! However there were plenty of positives, some of the guest houses had really nice helpful staff. Highs were some amazing sights including the Taj Mahal and Hampi, things that no other country has come close to matching, I miss ...
... the bazaar we saw a temple that I wanted to stop and take a photo of, so I asked the driver to stop. When I got back in the car he asked if we wanted to go and see Srirangam Temple - might as well as we are here! When we got there, the temple was so tall and beautifully colourful. You could walk underneath it and along the way they had loads of shops. As we walked under the first temple, we then saw another behind it. As we looked through the archway of each temple ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet