The Residency Towers

Address: 115 Sir Thyagaraya Road & North Boag Road, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600017, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Kodambakkam area of Chennai (Madras), is near Hogenakkal Falls, Story Trails, Mudumalai National Park, and Spencer Plaza.
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        India - Chennai

        A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Apr 30, 2015

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        ... ridiculously hot. Even though i've gotten used to mid to high thirty degrees the past 8 months, i was still sweating like never before. It's also Indian summer time, so it's going to be hot during my entire stay i think. Though i am told Chennai is exceptionally hot and it'll be cooler when i visit the rest of the country. Despite the heat, i pretty much walked everywhere. Each day i must have averaged at least 10km / 6 miles. Some of the places i visited were Marina ...

        Lepoards, Scorpians and FOOD

        A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Oct 09, 2014

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        ... would hurt a bit but it wouldn’t be harmful to us humans). Hannah passed me her camera and I captured the 'emotional’ moment when the scorpion left his little plastic tub and back to his homeland, then we switched around and i had my pic taken also ‘releasing’ him! He was so much more lively when we left him and im sure he was smiling... (maybe!)

        Yesterday we made something i like to call “smush balls of joy” which are a ...

        Attack on the Senses

        A travel blog entry by hannahindia on Sep 25, 2014

        ... could you want from a beach...... thats what I thought until we went back in the evening and the place was rammed, never seen so many people, animals stalls all in one place, this is when my opinion of chennai was swayed when I saw a dead dog and a underfed bony horse parading people up and down the beach.

        I tried to see beyond all of this but animal cruelty is something that you ...

        Chennai - our final destination

        A travel blog entry by bridgetluke on Jan 05, 2014

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        ... indian lady who wrote down the address in indian for us. Second time round the taxi rank knew where it was and managed to get us right to her door. I didn't know what to expect as we had never met Soraja before and I had only met her sister a handful of times back in England with my mum. We knocked on the door and she welcomed us with open arms and was very happy to see us. We sat and talked with her about India, Sri Lanka where she was born and about her husband ...

        Namaste India

        A travel blog entry by laurenbrooks on May 09, 2013

        Well we've been traveling in India for just over 4 weeks, if some of you are wondering if we've ‘found ourselves’. We've realised we were never lost, and if we were, frankly India would be the wrong place to find anything. ‘Do you feel more spiritual?’ is the next question. Having gone to countless temples, been blessed by stoned sadhus, the sun and priests, and still wearing my string blessing bracelets from Shiva temples and holy ghats, I can ...