Shanbhag Towers International

Address: Shanbhag Circle, Hospet, Karnataka, 583 201, India | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Nov 02, 2014

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... shape of a chariot at the Vitthala Temple. Maha Mandapa, the dancing hall, is undergoing renovations. Its pillars echo when touched, something we could not experience first hand. The wedding hall was ornate, still retaining some colour

We departed the area in a stretch limo golf cart, then taking tuktuks to the Queen's Bath. Nice flowers were outside. An aqueduct brought water from an artificial lake for the two queens to bathe in [and probably ***** about ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 31, 2014

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... put most of the B Team together. Peter was far away and I suggested to Lucas maybe a local and him switch places; done [after the conductor checked seats]. We were off at 2208. Downloaded and culled the day's pix. A bit of my sandalwood cologne improved the ambience of the carriage.

Good B Team banter carried the day until the conductor went by and the 'coke' came out. We had a couple of shots each, giving the rest to Lucas for his nightcap. Bed by 2315.


Hampi Adventures

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Sep 02, 2014

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... from India as Hindu converts.

Hampi will take some topping. It really is a great place to visit. It's another one of those places that people would visit for different reasons. If you were really into Hinduism or temples then it's perfect. For ...

An ode to the empire that once was !

A travel blog entry by vineethavr on Jul 19, 2014

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... huge construction is aesthetically designed and capable of housing eight elephants.

Pushkarini or “the Holy Bath” seems to have been an integral part of all the major temples. Beautifully built walled corridors, layered steps and the vast compound increased its appeal-factor multifold.

Vittala Temple is possibly the most significant construction during Vijayanagara Dynasty. Complete ...

Bizarre Bazaars

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 21, 2014

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... before we decided on a little restaurant on the corner of the street called “Moonlight.” Though it was the morning time we hoped the food would still be good. We all ordered our food and while we were waiting the girls decided to wander down the little lane and check out the home/hand made goods the locals were selling right out of their homes. After a few minutes our food came and it was pretty good! Eric got a ...

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