Rr Hotel

Address: Near Petrol Pump, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, 305022, India | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Near Petrol Pump, Coimbatore, is near Dhyanalinga Temple, Kovai Kuttralam, and Aliyar Dam Reservoir Park.
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      KILOMETRE 13

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 29, 2014

      6 photos

      ... On hitting the ground [or a rail], it had fractured. There would be no more forward progress today. We had been stopped some 25M.

      As we started our reverse, I saw a kilometre marker. It said 13.0. I had originally put my bag down on seat 13. No luck today.

      We got off at Kallar a half hour later. Buses would complete the day's transportation along bending roads we knew well in southern India. Mr Space Cadet was worrying about the arrival time, joking about a ...

      Train:Ernakulam to Coimbatore,Taxi: to Metupalayam

      A travel blog entry by liz_turner on Apr 02, 2013

      8 photos

      ... offerings of chickens and goats, we (luckily) missed it as it occurs in the mornings, they then cook them on site on stone BBQS. Next to this there were people putting ashes in a long pile, apparently at special occasions people walk on the hot coals! People come to give 'alms' for good karma and a lady gave us a lovely sweet nutty sweet. We went down to the river where people were washing themselves and their clothes ...

      Why I am in India

      A travel blog entry by wilf_day on Mar 08, 2011

      2 photos

      ... child there on July 27, 1900. Hyderabad in July is, of course, hotter and wetter than any Englishwoman would choose to have her first child. As soon as they could travel, baby Dorothy and her mother and an aiyah got on the train to Ooty to stay with Sydney again.

      Neither Dorothy nor my mother (born in 1902) ever got to visit Ooty on their own, after my grandparents both died in 1918 -- my grandfather from injuries suffered in WWI, and my ...

      Wedding Celebration

      A travel blog entry by peter_northdale on Jan 23, 2011

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... to join in the dancing and I did my best to emulated the complex gyrations which seemed to involve pointing your fingers in the air and a lot of wiggling of the hips. Then one of the older men asked if I’d like to wear his turban too which I did for a while. It was fantastic fun to be caught up in the exuberant celebrations as the procession moved around the corner to a large hotel. I hung back but the gentleman who’d lent me his turban said, "You ...

      Coimbatore - A stop near the train station!

      A travel blog entry by lommy on Jan 22, 2011

      ... 2 days solid, only venturing out to the bar next door (which was the seediest bar in the world with no lights, no women’s toilet and UV light everywhere) for beer and bar snacks and to get fruit and water.

      Coimbatore was not that pleasant. There was a lot there and it was busy and bustling with big shops and high streets, but it was another dirty, honking mess of a place which was nothing to write home ...