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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Namaste to our incredible India. We have been afforded many experiences that others have not. We are extremely indebted to our friends at Heritage Travel and Tours (Deepak, Ranjit and Aloke especially) and to our Australian resident expert, Michelle ...
... on the right side. We see water buffalo in the river. as we cross the bridge in town on the way to the Gandhi museum.
Gandhi was here twice. The museum chronicals British imperialism and India's independence. It's very one sided and shows the British in very poor light but I think the history is accurate as far as it goes. We were most interested to learn about Gandhi and his role in history. I ...
On arrival, a tuk tuk driver was on us in seconds and we eventually find reasonable digs within walking distance of the wharf area. The hotel porter is an old skinny chap who struggles with our smallest bag, so we grab the big ones and tell him not to worry. Once we are in our room he holds his hand out with a head waggling pusillanimous grimace explaining “Very heavy bag.”
“I know. We bloody carried them up here.” ...
... events venue for wedding or other ceremonies. It turns out that King's son tore most of the original palace down and plundered its contents. He had plans to build his own palace. Those plans never materialized. Lord Napier partially restored the palace in 1866-72.
While once considered one of the wonders of the South, today the Royal Palace is a very minor site, just good enough to round out the day ...
... tards they were. The Nawab of Bengal was betrayed by his general under orders from the British. Other battles were fought throughout the south. Mysore kicked up a proper fuss under Haider Ali and his son, Tipu Sultan, and three of the Mysore Wars were fought between 1767 and 1772. During the third one Tipu Sultan lost horribly and was forced to surrender half his land and two of his sons. He strengthened his army and ...