Shelter Beach Resort

Address: 275, East Coast Road, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, 600104, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 275, East Coast Road, Kanchipuram.
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      Travel Blogs from Kanchipuram

      Oh my journey

      A travel blog entry by elasue07 on Jan 26, 2013

      ... were never filled, but otherwise we settled in quite well. Suffice to say we were offered the local breakfast for the next day if we cared to order there and then and, twenty-four hours later, we were indeed served up a veritable banquet: stringers, hoppers, coconut roti, sambol and dahl.

      In addition Ihad reservations about the bathroom which had no external lighting but did haveclinically shining marble tiles giving it a kind of vault-like aura: singing ...

      Connecting to the Heartbeat of India: The Temples

      A travel blog entry by travelbugbecca on Dec 21, 2012

      9 photos

      One of the aspects about India that has always fascinated me, is the reverence for their religion. For most Christians in the West, Christmas or Easter are seen as times to attend church as a family tradition (sometimes begrudgingly) and observe the rituals for that time of year. India, however, is vastly different. Religion and culture are one in the same. As in most religions, there is always a wide range of dedication that comes with each person and what they choose to partake ...


      A travel blog entry by trainsnotplanes on Jan 26, 2011

      73 photos

      ... on the road, it merely altars the avatar of its manifestation. Instead of the incessant thumping of the steering wheel to bring forth the horn, the headlights become the weapon of choice. As you approach empty bends in the road, as you spot another vehicle coming towards you along a straight, as you sneak up on a dog or a cow or a pedestrian it is not sufficient to assume your high beams (or the noise of your engine) will be enough to signify your presence. No. ...

      Last few days in India

      A travel blog entry by smirkleby on Oct 27, 2010

      4 comments, 6 photos

      Pondicherry turned out to be a really nice and relaxing place, a good find after a couple of days travelling and restored our good times! With a very strong French history and influence we had a really good 3 days here. Right on the coast we found a nice clean hotel a couple of streets back where it was very quiet before heading out for dinner. What a change this was: we had steak and chips washed down with nice Sauterne! After this we went to a cocktail bar where ...

      About Mahabalipuram

      A travel blog entry by drivenshoot on Jul 31, 2010

      3 photos

      ... Pallavas, four rulers, viz., Mahendravarman (AD 580-630), Narasimhavarman I (AD 630-668), Paramseswaravarman I (AD 672-700) and Narasimhavarman II (AD 700-728), were outstanding rules not only for their political achievements, but also for their contribution in development of art, architecture, sculpture, painiting, literature etc.

      Narasimhavarman I, was also known as Mahamalla ...