Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLalitha Mahal Palace Hotel Mysore
This hotel, a former palace has recently been taken over by the Indian Government and restored. Wow !!!
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We rose to having another very casual breakfast in the hotel. Again a very wide choice. Breakfast was somewhat sombre as Australia were trounced by India in the T20 World Cup last night. Being ever respectful, our Indian hosts only spoke about this when we raised the issue.
Into our car and off for a quick look around Bangalore prior to …
... to have some food in the place next door to our hotel (I can't remember the name but it's next to MTR residency hotel in Mysore if you ever go) and Mike had a breakfast thali which was a dosa, some coconut chutneys, sambar (like a spicy gravy) idly (a steamed rice patty) and a bright yellow sweet dish which we had no idea what it was, anyway, he said it was amazing and I had a masala dosa which is a dosa filled with potato and spices with a coconut chutney. As Mysore is in ...
... s full of interesting facts and not too long.
Devaraja market: very lively bazaar. Highly recommended. It’s full of colours, with the paints, the flowers... We were shown how to make incenses and drawn on our hands. I really enjoyed walking around, overwhelmed by the colours and scents.
Mysore est une ville grouillante dont la principale attraction touristique est le Palace des Maharajas. Tom voulait le ...
... would be to divide the run into three parts, with first 7km to be covered as warm up, without exerting, second half was supposed to be enjoyed admiring the vista and interacting with others and in the third section I would open my strides and thus achieve a negative split. I also didn't want to sweat too much about the timings after what I heard about the reputation of the route but somehow did not believe the MJs and felt or even feel today that it ...
... you could crawl all over. There was also no-one there, so if I'd entertained any fancies about pretending to be a steam-train driver, I could do so without fear of observation. Of course I didn't.
Heading across town once more, I took in a couple of so-so art galleries and museums and finished up at the market which provided some great opportunities for photo's of ink dyes, flowers and vendor banter. Escaping without spending any money, I headed back to the ...