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TravelPod Member ReviewsSP Grand Days Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
Stayed in SP Grand for 2 days in Jan 2012. Ambience is good and must mention the welcome drink which was exotic.
Room was good but showers need some work done. Personally didnt face any major issue, however my parents room had problem with drainage and had to call the maintainence guys twice.
Food is strictly OK..dont try the crossaints and unfortuanately idli also
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... his mouth, along with equally expressive facial contortions.
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... to his humble home to share a meal and meet his wife and children. We learned while we were there that we were the first Western / white people ever to have been invited to his home. It was an honor for us and a very humbling experience indeed.
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