Ruchi The Prince

No.986/624, Mysore-Hunsur Main Road, Mysore, Karnataka, 570017, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mysore

Lord of the bling

A travel blog entry by twovines

8

... the interior fittings are carved from glossy deep brown teak. The tour starts with the Doll's Pavilion, a collection of idols, dolls and statues presented to the maharajas during visits. Also seen is the Golden Howdah used during festivals - a wooden framed item decorated with 80kg of gold leaf. We then go through the burnished brass Elephant Gate, the main entrance to the palace, and through into the Marriage Pavilion, an interesting and ...

Mysore - where are all the women??

A travel blog entry by hazel_81

2

... to surface thank god! Found somewhere for breakfast and had a good lassi to start the day so I'm happy! Now off to stock up on some pharmaceuticals as I feel a bit of an Indian cold coming on and i really don't want to feel rough on our train journey ...

MONKEY BUSINESS IN MYSORE

A travel blog entry by curryinahurry

13

... answer. The little Indian man nearest to him finally caved in and shuffled up a little, the girls then had to squash up even more. Mr Sellers had managed a seat, and seemed to be quite pleased with himself, even though he could only fit half his bum on it! I cannot believe that he is comfortable, but obviously he is. After a couple of minutes he starts ferreting in his bag and produces a plastic bag of ground up stuff, he takes a handful of the ...

Cabbages and Kings

A travel blog entry by hugh.asia.trip

49

... round they all go, non-stop (anti-clockwise). Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, quack.

There are plenty of historical sights in the area, most revolving around the afore-mentioned Tipu Sultan and the sticky end that he came to. And it's worth trekking out to see temples both ruined and living.

One such features a giant Vishnu reclining on a serpent as his bed, a standing Lakshmi with symbolic hand gestures ...

It took us a while to warm up to this place

A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005

1
39

... a basic menu to say the least. We could either have a stodgy, white thing with some brown sauce or a ring donut thing (no sugar) with some brown sauce. After some deliberation, we threw caution to the wind and went for both, as it was only going to cost 30p anyway. It was actually fairly good, I can't imagine it will win any awards but hey for 30p who can complain. I even had a coffee and would say it was the second nicest coffee I had in India and ...

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This hotel, located on No.986/624, Mysore-Hunsur Main Road, Mysore, is near Vrindavan Garden, Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, and Halebidu Temple.
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