Hotel Sangam Tiruchirappalli
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Petit déjeuner dans notre petit coin de paradis...avec un final haut en couleurs puisque le staff de l'hôtel arrive avec un magnifique cake en chantonnant un happy birthday mister Gasser pour honorer notre Shiva familial! Christophe apprécie comme il se doit :-) Et dire que ce n'est que le début de la journée ...
C'est parti pour 3h de bus …
... we stocked up on fruit, yoghurt, oatmeal and muesli. We had a low table and chairs in our room and it was cool and comfortable. I did some wash, journaling and Dave worked on editing the pictures and blog.
Braving the Trichy Traffic for Nothing
At 1:00 pm, we decided to brave the noise, traffic and dust and take the motorcycle to Puthur market which we expected would be a vibrant and ...
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 ...
... from the fact that it actually happened to us back in 1977 – we very nearly ended up in Delhi, rather than Calcutta where we were heading). We settled in to wait, luxuriating in the amount of room, and doing computer chores. The carriage gradually filled, but the people involved seemed to change. Those in our immediate vicinity seemed to be together, one a family, the other a group of three men who were holding the fort on a block of eight seats, but ...
... Street and round the first corner, looking at the town, but also a travel agent. Chasing a drink, and a chance to cool down, we stop at the air-conditioned Black Forest (sort of German) Bakery for some pretty good pizza and bun, plus a pastry and two Sprites. Not too bad, and a pretty clean and well organised shop.
We ask the way to the bus station, and possibly a travel agent for a taxi booking. The shop owner tells us which way to go, but suggests our hotel ...