The President Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... arriving there that's where we headed. The Palace does not let cameras in but it does let mobile phones in due to security reasons, so much to my disappointment I got no pictures of the interior. This is such a shame because it contains some of the most beautiful interiors I have seen in India, including a huge silver door, displays of antiques and intricate ceiling paintings. No wonder this is one of the most visited places in India after the Taj ...
... which meant the seats were large and comfy, but that title does not extend to air conditioning. I don't know what would; “Extra Super-duper Deluxe” maybe? No air-con obviously doesn't matter in the cool hills, but we wouldn't be in them for much longer. After nearly 45 minutes of driving the bus ended up exactly where it started. Not even kidding. It had done a trip into the town of Munnar and then back out to our original stop. It wasn't even ...
... there was the odd "brown" paper bag around. The Maharaja / Royal families have ceased (since 1974) having any functional role in India. The Indian population however, are somewhat infatuated with royalty. Cashing in all the wealth from the many, many royal families in India, would certainly bring down the budget deficit. This palace is a "wee" 100 years old, with the current Royal Family having ruled this area since the 13th century.
... get off that train. 12 hours on a train is not fun. We headed straight out into Mysore to explore the array of silks and the culture and have some lunch. Sam nearly bought 4 scarves straight away but I convinced him to shop around as they were cheap ones. Hotel RRR has a great review in the Lonely Planet so we tries it. Our food was served on banana leaves and we had to eat with our fingers. It seemed ...
... starched white lungis and shirts performing rituals for their cattle on the canal bank. Meanwhile I was slowly overtaking the slow runners without exerting, however inadvertently kept missing the water points (WP) partly because of absence of thirst and partly because some runners would stand and rest next to the WP to hydrate.The route for the initial 7-8 km was dirt track strewn with gravel and in the later part was an uneven track with an ...