Parsons Court

Address: 95 Mengles Road, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, 624001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 95 Mengles Road, Dindigul.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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        A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Feb 20, 2014

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        ... place has so much charm; the rooms open out onto a balcony that seemed to be surrounded by beautiful flowers attracting butterflies and birds throughout the day, the food was delicious and there was a pool! But one of the things we loved the most about it was the people that worked there. Chris, the owner, is a British retired physician and he built the house around 20 years ago, employing boys from the local village to work there. They have been with ...

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        ... innere Anteilnahme – das war alles, was wir geben konnten, und das war oft alles, was gewünscht war. Trösten jenseits der Worte. Vielleicht ist das sogar leichter, wenn man nichts von dem Gesprochenen versteht…

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        ... ground and it gave us a short lived boost to be back to doing 17 mph after days of crawling uphill. After a while a guy drew up alongside on his motorbike. He was very chatty and was keen to stay. He thanked Great Britain for their support and seemed very keen to repay the favour! He stayed with us for 5 miles, leading us into a very busy town and finding us a bike shop. The bike shop unfortunately turned out to be pretty useless and I had ...

        Anklets,Jasmine and Chapattis

        A travel blog entry by jennasjourney on Aug 21, 2010

        ... he takes in disabled or orphaned kids and they live with him. He wants to come and work in my restaurant, i tried to explain i don't have one, id just like one but he was a bit deaf. So he had me making games for 2 weeks running up to Independence Day which wa sgreat fun- i made a fishing game, a parrot game, a maze, water balloon game etcc. I made a pin the tail on the elephant but he didn't get it so we just left it. I visited some of teh wee classes and read ...