Indian Palace Hotel

Address: New No 96 (OldNO68), Moore Street, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Nungambakkam area of Chennai (Madras), is near Marina Beach, Hogenakkal Falls, Mylapore, and Government Museum.
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      Cheerio from Chennai

      A travel blog entry by jeanrose49 on Nov 13, 2014

      6 photos

      ... town. Most school children wear uniforms of maroon and beige. Their favorite game, in the absence of phone boxes, is to see how many can be squeezed in a tuk tuk on the way to school. We think the answers may be ten. And what a lot of schools, colleges and universities there are. In the middle of, apparently nowhere there is a huge building of education.

      Hospitals and specialist medical resources are frequent in rural as well as urban areas. A comprehensive ...

      Omnichannel, Australians and 'Karaoke'

      A travel blog entry by psit-india-2014 on Feb 04, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... point we even discussed the future in this area - uni channel!!! We got back to the hotel and there was time for a quick swim in the rooftop pool. This also provided a chance to take in the sunset which was nice. For dinner, we decided to head to a nearby hotel and arrived there after a little bit of squealing at goats as we drove past them. There were a group of Australians next to us at dinner and we managed ...

      Last day in India

      A travel blog entry by gillessoenen on Jan 27, 2014

      1 comment

      ... in India, and which is still one of my favourite places in India. It’s a small touristic town, just two hours south of Chennai. There are some old 8th-14th century temples, a lot of them carved out of a single rock. It’s small, so I had visited everyting in one day. I met an Italian tourguide, Sonia, who was travelling on her own in between two groups. The next day we went to Kanchipuram together, a holy city two hours away. As she had ...

      This is when travelling alone kinda blows...

      A travel blog entry by alevay on Feb 01, 2013

      ... meet my french travel companion for our taxi ride out to the farm. Not having had a conversation with another English speaker for almost three days, I truly pity this poor sod who I will most defnitiely talk their ear off.

      Yesterday I started out early, which is apparently very strange for Chennai-ites. I wandered along the filthy, litter strewn beach, avoiding half dead dogs and very skinny horses who seemed to be grazing on the beach garbage... as it was a ...

      Incredible India

      A travel blog entry by rawbanana on Mar 06, 2012

      134 photos

      ... I have also had a local driver who was kind
      enough to take me to the places I wanted to see around town.

      During the first week, I would saunter down for my morning
      buffet which includes western and Indian foods.
      Then I would go out with Ravi (the
      driver) to see the town. Chennai is not
      a very popular tourist town so there isn’t much to do but I feel like I got
      more of a local experience. In the
      afternoons I ...