Lake View Park Hotel

Address: 7 Lake View Road, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600033, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Adyar area of Chennai (Madras), is near Hogenakkal Falls, Story Trails, Mudumalai National Park, and Spencer Plaza.
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Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)

Goddesses and Food

A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Jan 07, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... India is particularly into goddess worship. The unmarried ones are the fiercest and most dangerous. They love whiskey, blood, and sacrifices. Marriage apparently domesticates them. Go figure. We have seen entire bus loads of women, dressed in brilliant red -- the color of the goddess -- who are on pilgrimages to worship at the numerous goddess temples in the area.

Lunch today was in a small local restaurant serving typical ...

The literally non-stop adventure

A travel blog entry by nealchauhan on Aug 18, 2012

... I think Theresa said it best when she describe the South Indians as Passionate in their conversations, as I was taken by surprise at how quickly I was surrounded by the barking and waving mob of which bus would take us to onwards. Despite my numerous attempts to clarify when the NEXT bus would be leaving so that we might catch a spot of breakfast, we took our seat defeated but happy to be heading in the right direction.

Breakfast was a fantastically relaxing affair ...

Goodbye India

A travel blog entry by issyking on Mar 08, 2011

... one guy who was really friendly with us in the hotel, inviting us to parties on the beach and being really nice. Until we met him in the street and he took us back to his shop where we tried in vain to get us to buy 500 rupee statues. When we didn't, he pretty much ignored us for the rest of our stay... Nice..)

2 hours before we left India, I met a lovely English couple who, when asked if they were enjoying India, replied "It ...

Incredible !ndia

A travel blog entry by amber.thomas on Oct 22, 2010

181 photos

... the rickshaw situation was even worse and the best deal we could find was 100 rupees and 5 stores!! My friend had a flight to catch so we had no time for that. So we figured out that we had to go about this differently. We got fifty rupees out, flagged down a driver jumped in, shoved the money in his hand and yelled, "GO GO GO!" LOL. I think he was a little alarmed with how we approached him and quickly started driving. A few minutes later we told him where we wanted to go ...

Stupid Overnight Trains

A travel blog entry by india2010 on Mar 13, 2010

... as smelly as you would imagine) It was a bit heartbreaking to see the naked children running through the sand. Not only did I feel sorry for them today but I was overwhelmingly sad for their future. Or rather, lack of a future as they have no chance to do anything but live the way that they are doing now. They will grow up and live on the beach and marry and have children who will run around naked on the beach, also with no hope for anything better or easier. It ...