Savoy Hotel Ooty

77, Sylks Road, Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu, 643001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 77, Sylks Road, Ootacamund, is near Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Ootacamund

    Swimming Pool Day

    A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Feb 20, 2011

    1 photo

    ... St Pauls Cathedral, so he told me. When they saw the playfulness in the pool between John and Emily, the mother remarked to her husband, 'John likes the attention from the ladies, like you'. I joked with the father, 'Like father, like son' and so he told me about his own father having had mistresses in different locations, like Sydenham and Brighton.
    The mother told me how one time they'd had a very ...

    Emeralde, Porthimund and Parson's Valley

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Jan 19, 2011

    1 comment, 116 photos

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    It certainly is a rough ride for anyone wanting to get to the rather overpriced Red Hills Hotel. The views are nice though with a picturesque abandoned old cottage at the foot of the "road" and a pleasing vista of the Emeralde ...

    The Overwhelming Ooty

    A travel blog entry by jasonich on Jul 05, 2010

    136 photos

    ... amp; Meg out to town to get dinner for everyone. Francis bought a flask to keep hot water for Daniel to mix his milk. Then we saw a shop selling Pani Poori and went in to look. Quickly we got seats and tried 2 new food. First, a Pani Poori, which you pour in the vinegar like substance into the little holes on top and whack it straight up. It was good. The second one, was the Pav Bhaji, which is dry-cooked with mushrooms and chickpeas mixed in a spicy indian ...

    Above the Clouds at the Queen of Hill Stations

    A travel blog entry by darkstar on Oct 07, 2009

    8 photos

    ... that she should go along as well.

    My mission was to write an “institutional profile” of the school, though I didn’t get much instruction out of Dilip other than to read and copy the format of back issues. I was armed with a fresh notebook, a sharpened pencil and excitement at the prospect of not only getting out of Bangalore but also seeing the hills of Tamil Nadu.

    We’d come almost 300 kilometers to get to the ...

    Food rations

    A travel blog entry by 50odd on Jan 09, 2009

    ... to think they have survived in such great condition since 1899. Back to today, well last night actually. Last night I got to that breaking point (again, I had it a few weeks ago) with regards to food, where I just feel like I need crunchy fruit and veg. The food in South India is great, BUT, there is a distinct lack of fresh fruit and veg in restaurants. We can get freshly squeezed juices (as long as the leccy hasn't gone ...