The Residency Towers

Address: Sir Thyagaraya Road, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600017, India | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)

Goodbye India! (for now...)

A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Dec 11, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... some more post-lunch skyping. I knew he was meeting a friend before me so assumed he would be eating so I went out for some food. I found a cafe down the road where the guy reccomended that I have some mutton biryani... It was the best biryani I ever had. I returned to Broadlands where I was told that Naren was waiting for me... A hungry Naren who I took straight back to my new favourite cafe.

In the evening we met again along with Rahul and ...

Hands on, LBG and Ganesh's family

A travel blog entry by psit-india-2014 on Feb 26, 2014

3 photos

... was once again lovely, the favourite lunchtime dish of the day: paneer tikka masala! After lunch we headed briefly back to the ODC before making the short journey over to the Cognizant academy, where all of the graduates that join Cognizant are trained. It was great to see the academy and whilst over there we also had a practical training session focused on SQL. This took us up until late in the afternoon and next on the agenda was a brief meeting ...

We stay in style in Kuala Lumpur and Chennai(Madra

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 09, 2014

2 comments, 57 photos

... rather than doing a change at Park, which was pretty crowded. We get off at the wrong end of the station because this was where all the crowd was headed, and thought there must be an exit gate this end, but it turned out there was no ticket check for anyone. Maybe those not lining up for tickets were just punting high on not being caught. We walk the full length of the station on the main road, past makeshift shanties where whole families ...

Live music, an auto accident & Indian nose rings!

A travel blog entry by juleymuley on Feb 23, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... were them so well! So when my friends told me they were going to get a piercing after school, I tagged along with the intention of probably getting one too. We walked to a fancy schmancy jewelry shop in Mylapore, where my friends picked out diamond and gold studs for their piercings. I held back on buying mine b/c I wanted to see what the piercing protocol was like before I committed. Man oh man, it was intense. After buying their jewelry, my friends were told to ...

Oh my journey

A travel blog entry by elasue07 on Jan 26, 2013

... passed stickers. We proceeded to check-in behind a three generation family of women with, of course, an inordinate amount of exceptionally heavy suitcases and hand luggage that made our rucksacks look pygmy-sized! There was then, of course, a lot of discussion and argument about which pieces could be stowed in the hold and which could accompany them on board. Much head wobbling and a full physical workout for the diminutive check-in clerk, who had to man-handle ...