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Travel Blogs from Mysore
... e du rail : j’y suis allée parce que la Lonely Planet a écrit ‘une perle’ et ‘une demi journée de fun assuré’. Je ne sais pas si je suis allée au mauvais endroit ou si eux n’y sont jamais allé mais j’en ai fait le tour en une demi heure et ce n’était vraiment pas intéressant. Si je devait écrire un commentaire je dirait ‘si vous avez une longue attente en gare de Mysore, vous pouvez aller ...
... the overpass to platform 8, we walked to the end, about 1 km to the booth, and purchased our first class tickets to Mysore just as the train pulled into the station, mind you the train is across on the other platform, only took 30 minutes for this whole process.
We boarded our train and headed to Mysore, the city of palaces, 140 km or 2 hours cost $6:00 each in air conditioned comfort, we were surprised to recieve water and lunch ...
... The best way to describe it is that it tastes like a cake batter that you get to lick off the spoon when you are baking. We also learned of the importance of flowers to the Hindu people and saw the men (mostly men) make all manner of garlands in the flower section of the market. From there we headed to visit some artisans who make ornate inlayed furniture. Some of the stuff here was amazing. A huge inlayed table and matching six chairs cost about €4,000 but ...
... who was in India doing some more Yoga training. We find a hotel for ten dollars a night and settle down and relax before venturing out into the city. We decide to visit the Mysore Palace first. Once we reach the gate of the palace, I manage to get the local price of 40 cents to get in compared to the five dollars for foreigners due to the student ID from the university and my seemingly Indian look, this seems to make up for being ripped off everywhere else and I get a feeling ...
... in a posh -- for us in India, anyway -- hotel for three nights, which as been lovely to retreat to at the ends of our days, Yesterday we went to the Mysore Palace, a fusion of Victorian and Indian architecture (its architect was a Brit), described in our guidebook as somewhat gaudy, so I was prepared not to like it, but was quite enchanted. I had to get over needing to take my shoes off to visit (that was a first, for a palace -- and at the ...
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