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

      Tamil Nadu

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Feb 26, 2015

      ... immediately changes. The road down to the valley is extremely steep with many switchbacks. Crops change to rice, cotton, coconut, and sugar cane. Charles is very excited because this is his home state and he loves it. Madurai is a town of 1.5 million. The men wear sarongs. White for work and colored or patterned for casual. Women pierce their noses on the right side. We see water buffalo in the river. as we cross the bridge in town ...

      Lost Souls Forever

      A travel blog entry by mynameisden on Feb 20, 2015

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      ... sculptures. Instruments blare and incense burns. Our guide shows us the stone shrine where expectant mothers come to worship every month of their pregnancy. It is awash with the ghee poured over it in offerings. One shrine is covered in padlocks, placed there by worshippers with illness. They pray for healing and return to remove the padlock when they are recovered. A tree that grows over a shrine for women having difficultly conceiving is covered by poignant model ...

      A Massive Temple And A Little Chat About Gandhi

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 10, 2015

      87 photos

      ... were there to watch him break the salt law by simply picking up salt. Clearly, he was promptly arrested. All over the country, people peacefully broke the salt law. The British retaliated with bullets, natch. Apparently, 103 were killed, 423 were injured and thousands were arrested.

      Eventually, the British tried once again to to divide and conquer. They called for a Round Table Conference and gave ...

      Driving a Motorcycle in India

      A travel blog entry by trevort14 on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... After almost no thought was so ever I was like hell yeah, let’s do this! The bike would barely start and I could barely keep it running. It was dark out and the bike has no headlight, falling off blinkers, and just looked in bad shape all around.

      It wasn’t until the bike died and would not start again that I asked the guy what was going on and realized that some of the bikes here, including the one I was driving, ...

      Best bits and top tips - India

      A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Dec 21, 2014

      ... with locals, they know it’s good and if it’s nice and busy that means the food is fresh as it’s being made as it’s sold, if you are extra nervous maybe skip the sauce that goes with it, but sometimes that’s the bit which makes the rest sing. Try that wee café on the corner, the one which looks really good but you are not sure as it’s not in ‘the book’ and there are no ...