A big moose was guarding the main entrance, bringing the Scandinavian feel to the guest right from the beginning.
The room I got was ok size for a short visit and it was having big windows, from the floor to the ceiling. The window offered a nice view outside, though there was not much to see except buildings.
In-between the bathroom and the bedroom there was an exceptional glass window decorated with Scandinavian birch leaves. The window was right next to your bathtub, but you could not see outside clearly.
What I loved the most about this hotel, in addition to its central location in Berlin, near the public transport, were the mornings. The morning buffet was one the best I’ve ever had – There were plenty of options for people eating gluten-free and organic food.
Nice interior detail was the clock in the restaurant, which was actually a tv showing videoart of time passing by. What a lovely idea to have art in the morning together with your lovely breakfast.
The restaurants in Hotel Scandic Potsdamer Platz were neat and clean and simply elegant in a Scandinavian way. Coming from Finland, it all felt familiar to me. Over all I had nothing to complain during my stay in this hotel, so if you’re after a nice hotel experience in Berlin, this is one option.
Here’s a recent Indivue short video telling you about some 13 different methods to travel in India. Recent I say, because the video was recently updated. But mostly it is an update to the previous video about various ways to travel in India for a female.
Although the video duration is only 2:20 minutes, it has taken some 13 years to make it. Videos are from such a long period of time.
It had been five years since my previous visit to Delhi, India.
The New Delhi airport was looking kind of same, but the air outside was different. I realized the foggy sceneries which I had wondered in the recent hindi film Rajma Chawal from 2018 had actually been the real Delhi. And then I remembered the video I had seen in Twitter last winter, where the winter fog in Delhi had once been so bad that cars were crashing to each other.
Luckily this time the Delhi winter fog and smog were not that bad. Though later on my continuing flight from Delhi was delayed with couple of hours. The reason being the fog only.
Otherwise in January Delhi was chilling cold and warm clothes and winter jackets were needed. I found Christmas decoration like Christmas tree and reindeers with the sledge by the road to the airport. What a nice way to greet the tourist and cheer up the landscape!
Since I was travelling early morning, no traffic jams were met. Most of the motorcycle and scooter drivers were wearing helmets for their protection, but many passengers were still lacking those.
The stadium building in Delhi was a new sight to me. Find the stadium, the good old rickshaws and other means of public transport together with some chilly Delhi winter scenes from January 2019 with the fog and smog here in this video, and subscribe INDIVUE for more travel and art to come!
INDIVUE began travelblogging from Mumbai, India, in 2005 and by the year 2019 a huge amount of Indian sights has been blogged according to European standards.
Listed below you will find links to articles related to India, Indian cities and Indian sights, in addition to travel tips and over 500 other photo and video articles about India and Indian culture.
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Here are all the 29 Indian states in an alphabetical order. The list has been updated in 04/2019. The states written with capital letters are states in which Indivue has been able to visit, photograph and write about. Names are also links to the subject in guestion, so take your time and read them through.
India has got 7 union territories, which don’t have their own government like states do. Here is a list of those territories in an alphabetical order. The list has been updated in 04/2019. Names written with capital letters are territories in which Indivue has been able to visit, photograph and write about. Names are also links to the subject in guestion, so go ahead and read further.
Here below are all the Indian capitals in an alphabetical order. The list has been updated in 04/2019. The names written with capital letters are cities in which Indivue has been able to visit, photograph and write about. Names are also links to more information on the subject in guestion, so by clicking on them you will get to know the capitals.
Shore Temple is located by the sea in the East Coast of India and it is said to have been built in 700 – 728 AD. Here’s 5 reasons why you should go and see this Hindu temple by the Bay of Bengal. It has survived over 2500 years by the sea and even a tsunami –
5 reasons to see the Shore Temple in Mahabalipuram
Shore Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Monument.
It is one of the oldest structural stone temples of South India.
Shore Temple is beautiful and impressive to look and experience at.
Shore Temple is located by the Bay of Bengal, so you get to see the East Coast of India at the same time.
Mahabalipuram Dance Festival is held by this site, to celebrate traditional Indian dance.
The photographs from Mahabalipuram show you the clear blue sky on a typical hot and sunny day in Tamil Nadu. There’s a green nature surrounding the Shore Temples.
In addition to lions and Nandi, many Gods and Goddesses were also carved in the temple stones. See the images attached –
See also this Indivue short video about this over 2500 year old Indian temple and its surroundings.
After watching the Indivue shortvideo about the Shore Temple in Mahabalipuram, see the nearby city Chennai in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Other famous places in Tamil Nadu, in addition to Chennai and Mahabalipuram, are Puducherry and Auroville, for example.
Read also about the other places in India which Indivue visited and photographed. And subscribe for the new updates to come!
More details of the Shore temple can be found from the Incredible India website link attached.