Royal Court

Address: No.4, West Veli Street, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, 625001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on No.4, West Veli Street, Madurai.
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    Travel Blogs from Madurai

    Namaste to our incredible India

    A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 16, 2015

    24 photos

    ... his way so he could get an earlier start for his trip to Chennai (about 5-6 hours) as he had another group to pick up at the airport tomorrow morning.

    Now for the answers from our well constructed internet (url) addresses competition from the previous chapter. Answers are as follows (written in English of course as many weren't too successful in handling "Parno French"). i) India = ".in", ii) Canada = ...

    Lost Souls Forever

    A travel blog entry by mynameisden on Feb 20, 2015

    18 photos

    ... and I am unwilling to put my mouth anywhere near his.

    I gaze around this disparate group and hearing someone use the term ‘Mother India’ reflect on how this country is a magnet for lost souls. Souls looking to anchor themselves amongst the yogis, mystics and charras for guidance, spiritual enlightenment or maybe just the big hug they never got at home. It has been an enjoyable evening amongst these freaks and stoners, and politely ...

    Madurai, the temple city

    A travel blog entry by pdforsyth on Feb 01, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Shiva and his consort, Arulmigu Pavarthi. Hindu is so complex with all the gods and goddesses that it is hard to keep them straight. Our first activity upon arrival was a tour of the banana and veggie market via bicycle rickshaw. I felt a little awkward having a skinny older man peddle us through the crazy traffic that is part of any Indian city. That evening I opted to leave the hotel with our guide and a few others to eat at ...

    A Massive Temple And A Little Chat About Gandhi

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 10, 2015

    87 photos

    ... 8377;50 you can snap away. Unfortunately I didn't buy my LG whatever it is for its photo taking capabilities so I apologise for the quality of the photographs taken inside the temple, and I've no idea how to turn off the freakishly conspicuous shutter noise so I might as well have strutted around the complex shouting, "Hey! Guys! I'm so totally taking loads of photos right now!"
    There's also an area called the ...

    Best bits and top tips - India

    A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Dec 21, 2014

    ... happy to just make conversation. Find a way (especially if you are British)of saying NO, and mean it, don’t say maybe (they will remember who you are), and DON’T PROMISE TO GO BACK TOMORROW, (they really will remember who you are and when tomorrow comes and you walk past their shop it will be ten times worse.

    Food – Eat the street food! Go on, try some, be sensible and go to the one which ...