Sea Shell Residency

Address: 65, Greams Road, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600006, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Azhagiri Nagar area of Chennai (Madras), is near Marina Beach, Hogenakkal Falls, Adventure Island, and Spencer Plaza.
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    ... are choked with scooters making walking impossible in India they are usually wide open. While the smell of stale urine was our first hint it was stepping in the human **** that really hammered that lesson home. The side-walks in India are more side-*****. These are the impromptu toilets of the masses. So sane people stick to walking on roads and accept the price of constant near death experiences. It's better than having to hop around scraping **** off your shoe because ...

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    ... foil shredded on top. We all looked at it and finally asked the waiter if the silver stuff was to be eaten. He told us it was edible silver. It was tasteless and just blended into the rest of the meal without notice since it was delicately thin. I later looked it up online and found out this is called varakh and is silver pounded thin while inside an ox/cattle intestine. It’s also used to decorate ...