Raj Park Chennai

Address: No. 180, T.T.K Road, Alwarpet, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600018, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Teynampet area of Chennai (Madras), is near Marina Beach, Kapaleeshwar Temple, Sathyam Cinemas, and Hogenakkal Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)

    Buying a Motorcycle in India

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 09, 2015

    27 photos

    ... and got a rickshaw to the crossroad area. (Our driver seemed to know the spot.) That is where taxis that have carried passengers from Bhubaneswar wait for return passengers so they don't have to go home empty. And instead of 1200 to 1500Rs, one can nab a ride with them for half (or less) than the going rate for Puri taxis depending on your negotiation skills. We figured we had nothing to lose. We had allowed plenty of time and ...

    Reunited with Naren! (briefly)

    A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Sep 20, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... flavoured with saffron and cardamom alongside mango flavor and topped with nuts, mango chunks and a random chunk of brownie!

    This morning, Naren will bring me my first package from the post office which my great aunt had forwarded on, then we will go for a " local" breakfast before I get a train down to chengalpattu. I'm not sure on the web situation there but hopefully I'll be able to send an update soon enough.
    Till then, bye bye x x x x ...

    Planting trees and Krishna's Butterball

    A travel blog entry by helenaperry on Sep 15, 2014

    5 comments, 13 photos

    ... that Mamallappuram is famous for is the dramatic bas-relief carving of Arunja's Penance (also called Descent of The Ganges) cut into the sides of massive stones beneath a cliff face. It is superb quality carving, and the elephants are life-size and stunning. You know me, I'll go anywhere for an elephant.















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    Food

    A travel blog entry by hanket on Oct 16, 2013

    2 photos

    ... is encouraging me to use my daily allowance of 65 rupees in the canteen so I thought about trying a doza. It's essentially a pancake which can be plain or filled with onions or potatoes and served with sauces into which you can dip said pancake into. Have a look at the picture and see what you think! I've become quite a fan of ginger tea which reminds me - I brought a family size pack of ginger nuts so might have a couple in a ...

    A world heritage site.

    A travel blog entry by barbiewyatt on Jul 15, 2013

    5 photos

    ... shopping street in the town before heading to the pool to col off. The regular afternoon downpour commenced as we arrived at the site of our afternoon excursion. I soon passed and me crossed several fields to the first site. This again was discovered as a result of the tsunami. It comprised a large rock shaped like an elephant body and head. Surrounding it the remains of a brick temple has been excavated. Following on we saw some other ...