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First thing first...me and my sugar went to Metro Logde in South Beach knowing that they not very expensive. Heard from a friend mind you.
As much as it was a peak season but to pay 800rands for just one night. No breakfast, no water...More
I stayed in this hotel for a night and a few hours. It is a typical budget hotel charging 600 INR per 24 hours.Located in a narrow alley in Lad Bazar( adjacent to Charminar) locality, this hotel offers only lodging. Not even a cup of...More
The whole building is flooded thanks to numerous leaks everywhere. The rooms aren't clean and the beds damp. It smells really bad and the bathroom was so disgusting that we went to McDonalds to use the toilet.
We didn't even stay the night cause we...More
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India > Telangana > Hyderabad District > Hyderabad > Charminar
Hyderabad’s most iconic architectural delight, Charminar is beyond just a popular monument. It’s the nucleus of the busiest and most vibrant lanes of the Old City studded with shops selling bangles and pearls. It can be too crowded and overwhelming, but to every tourist’s delight, the gems and hidden treasures
in this neighbourhood are full of culturally rich stories. The best view of one of the city’s oldest mosques, Mecca Masjid is from the top of Charminar. It’s quite a usual sight of walking into a grey sea of pigeons with an aroma of meaty street food and melting dosas, as you are exploring the little pockets around this magnificent historic building. Walk along the streets that lead you to museums and palaces of the Nizams who ruled the city and soak up the old world charm in its truest character.