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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as part of the 7 wonders of the world. We visited the Thousand Pillars Hall. Each pillar is a carved monument of the Dravidian sculpture. The more prominent among the carved figures are those of Rati (wife of Kama), Karthikeya, Ganesha, Shiva as a wandering mendicant and endless ...
... 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 ...
Don’t be afraid to hire a scooter or motorbike. Most places that hire them are ok to ride around and once you are in the traffic it’s nowhere near as bad as looking at it from the outside. It’s great fun and you get to see lots more.
Backpacker hotels are always more fun and you meet more people than 'better’ hotels, plus you will save loads of dosh.
Take a minimal amount ...
... We left Hotel Sea Breeze at 1930. It was a nice enough place, not fancy but fitting in with the town's low key approach. Other two night spots like Udaipur might rival it for location but for the feel of the place only Hotel Pushkar Fort is a competitor.
One seat short with all the luggage so Lucas stood for the roughly one hour journey to Chengalputtu to pick up the train. No driving incidents to report. I asked Susie what was whiter and she ...
... br> I felt it is one of the amazing places that is underrated. A must watch.
1. Train travel on Pamban
2. Danushkodi (till ramasethu)
3. Madurai Meenakshi Temple
4. Zigartanda (local drink of madurai)
5. Dosa and filter coffee in Tamilnadu
P.S : Don't get surprised seeing the following for filmstars in Tamil Nadu, they are next to gods over there.