Shanbhag Towers International

Address: Shanbhag Circle, Hospet, Karnataka, 583 201, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hospet

Meet the flintstones...

A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Dec 05, 2014

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... A lot of the monuments still standing used to have sandalwood roofs and some of them had to be restored and renovated. After a rest and some breakfast we got on the bike seeing many more temples and palaces... Including the kings palace which is enormous and had an Olympic size pool... The queens palace which has an amazing "natural AC" lotus house which was built in a mix of Hindu, Jain and Muslim styles, hence it not being destroyed. The Queens baths was also ...

A LONG MEDICAL LIST

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Nov 02, 2014

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... real queens [concubines not allowed]. It had guard towers. It was protected by female guards. Its principal attraction was the Lotus Mahal, harkening to Mughal architecture. The elephant stables were beyond the Zanana.

Our tour of Hampi was complete [and quite thorough]. We lunched nearby after a cow licked both of Ray's legs. Plates of thali arrived, sparing the mess of people taking forever and wanting to tweak what was ordered. Lucas paid the bill ...

Temples, temples and more temples

A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Oct 13, 2014

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OK, first and probably last Indian sleeper train that we’ll be taking! We were aware that unlike
most European trains you have to share a cabin in India, fine we thought, not a problem after booking first class. But what we hadn’t expected is as well as sharing with a couple of nice gentlemen, we’d also have to share with a family of mice, which whilst ...

Hampi Adventures

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Sep 02, 2014

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... big anyway and this hole was getting bigger. The entrance had now vanished. We started to panic, not knowing what to do. The hole got bigger. Eventually we had no choice but to jump in the hole. As we jumped in we soon realised that it wasn't a free falling hole but actually a slide of sorts. We slid down through cobwebs and passed scary looking paintings on the walls. Claire screamed as we landed in an old mine cart that started hurtling off into an underground maze. That ...

Hampi, India

A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 15, 2014

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... those pre-email days of Post Restante and swapped hotel business cards with other travellers - kind of felt like cheating a bit on this trip -
but hey, it beat asking over town in 40 degree heat bargaining room rates til you ran out of puff! God, that just made us sound REALLY old!
Anyway, slight digression. Back to Hampi. A kingdom dating back to 14th century, that ...

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