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Hyderabad Mysore Ooty (TS11 to TN 43 via KA09)

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This trip happened  during Novemeber 1st week 2018 and November first being our 9th Marriage Anniversary - we wanted to celebrate it in Mysore hence drived down to Mysore and to Ooty .

 

Started 10:00P:M from Hyderabad and highway was little busy with all RTC and Private Buses towards Bangalore and different parts of Rayalaseema.....we stopped at Kurnool Toll Tax and then started again but started being on a working day after tiring office work has shown the tiredness and me being only driver for the entire trip took good breaks ...we stopped between Kurnool and Anantapur near some petrol bunk and after Anantapur in the early morning to take some power naps ....Reached Bangalore Outskirts by 7:30 ..

 

The Morning Mystic view of Nandi Hills and surroundings was awesome and Bangalore Highway is very very super road except few speed breakers else so much fun to drive straight road.

-- We Stopped at Hotel Nandi Upachar : https://goo.gl/maps/LwP1NeFtZoG2 

Hotel was very very Decent and Has Nice Rest Rooms and ample parking place  - had quick refresh and Nice break Fast and there was Some Minister Visiting the Hotel and traffic was halted ...we had to further wait for 30 more minutes and started at 9:30 A:M and it took us some time to cross Bangalore and Hit Mysore Highway - as usual Bangalore traffic took a toll on us and Mysore highway was little busy.

 

We Stopped at Kamath  for quick Lunch and then Started for Mysore .

I have a friend who works in Travel agency in Bangalore , he generally takes care of hotel bookings or cab bookings if needed whenever we are around  he has booked a room for us in Mysore  at Hotel Vyshak Residency - Hotel was good and has Hot water Supply all the day  - This )hot water)  is one of the must for the Hotels around that place in Winters 

 

-- Next Day Early Morning we went for Chamundi Temple  - Chamundeshwari Devi -One of the ShaktiPeeta ,We had good Darshan and had some prasadam at their kitchen.

 

While returning, at the Parking Lot My mother overheard some one saying Ooty from Here is 160 kms - She immediatley said to me its 160 kms which means like Hyderabad - Nizamabad [Nizamabad being my Native]

She asked me ,Shall we go to Ooty too.

Who can deny an drive down to Ooty and I said immediately OK and haven't said anything about Road -,she was not aware of Ghat road and being traveled  on Butter smooth Roads from Hyderabad till Mysore she expected it to be same straight roads....but later she was scared to the max after Gudalur when it was pitch dark and raining and Ghat Road Started

 

We had a quick visit to Shri Ganapathi Sachidanda Ashram and started for Ooty at 2:30 P:M  - if any one has this in bucket list when they visit Mysore and wants decent stay they can ask for room in Ashram campus and it is pretty less compared to outside while returning  to Hyderabad we have to stay in Mysore as it was night when we returned to Mysore from Ooty and we asked an room for accommodation as  it falls left while entering Mysore and they gave us a Big room was charged 500 Rs - all facilities were provided indeed 

 

Took little while to cross Mysore , later we had took some time to find an ATM to get cash and has to look for ATMs in NanjanGud , the Route taken was Via :

NanjanGud  - > Gundlupete ->Bandipur -> Gudalur -> Ooty

 

---- Took Right turn after GundluPete  and went 11+ kms to visit Gopalaswamy Betta ....But now cars are not allowed to be driven till the temple and one must Take Karnataka Tourism Buses ...and those will be plied till 4:000 P:M By the time we went there its was 4:00 and we dont has an Option and it started getting dark  and we started back , returned to Gundlupete and reached Bandipur

Same friend of mine booked a Room for us in  3 Star Hotel - Hotel Preethi Classic http://www.hotelpreethiclassic.com   which was closer to city center and had quick tour of Tea Factory , Botanical gardens did shopping at Tibet Market - Finding Good food in Ooty is little tough and we had our breakFast at A2B and its pretty decent and good .

 

Return Journey was Simple - Stopping here and there for few clicks and my car being Wagon R and people cautioned about clutch issues generally occur in that route and asked me to take some breaks and give some time for car and then start ...slowly reached Gudalur and it took sweet 4 hrs including photo breaks and tea breaks , Reached Mysore by 8:00 P:M  ,me being no mood to drive  wanted a break and i thought of starting next day early morning , and went to Ganapathi Sachithananda Aashram  -

 

They allotted a room  , we went to near by restaurant and had dinner - Next Day Morning after a good nap and fresh-up started at 5:30 A:M to Bangaore- Hyderabad , Had Break fast at A2B Food Court after Mysore on Bangalore Highway [Excellent and Neat rest Rooms] 

Crossed Bangalore in midst of heavy traffic and being Monday it was very very tedious to cross Bangalore - Had stop after Bangalore at Shell Bunk and topped up the fuel ,they have checked the car and i took their engine oil and they did the oil change in quick time and started for Hyderabad . Bangalore Highway is one of the best roads i have driven and being day time we can find less traffic on Roads and one can certainly get bored too ...went into Anantapur town in search of a good mess for Lunch but traffic made to change our plans and we stopped at Dhaba some where in between Anantapur and Kurnool  highway .

 

After having Some Rotis started for Hyderabad which was Straight Road with speed breakers here and there 

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Very nice write-up TRAVEL.RTC and thank you very much for sharing ..... The pictures are excellent .  A perfect way to  celebrate your marriage anniversary.

 

Noted your suggestion for accommodation in Ganapathi Sachidanda Ashram  in Mysore.  Do they have any online booking or  or any timing restriction for entry and  book the accommodation ?  They have sufficient rooms for stay ? 

 

Yes BANGALORE-HYDERABAD  highway NH-44 is one of the best in our country ....In-fact this extends till KANYAKUMARI..... Till Kanyakumari NH-44 is beautiful 4-lane roads with loads of food options, stay option and many more facilities...So driving in NH-44 is always like flying in heaven. Only thing is , we need to pay lot of tolls but never mind to pay for such wonderful road and facilities. However during last visit to PUTTAPARTHI from HYDERABAD , I saw some new speed breakers has been put in this highway . I was little disappointed to see such speed breakers but anyway those are not in our control.

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Nice travelogue. Enjoyed reading it fully. Add to that lovely set of pictures. I liked all the photos of wide roads, great clicks. Thanks for sharing

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12 hours ago, BORNDRIVER said:

Very nice write-up TRAVEL.RTC and thank you very much for sharing ..... The pictures are excellent .  A perfect way to  celebrate your marriage anniversary.

 

Noted your suggestion for accommodation in Ganapathi Sachidanda Ashram  in Mysore.  Do they have any online booking or  or any timing restriction for entry and  book the accommodation ?  They have sufficient rooms for stay ? 

 

Yes BANGALORE-HYDERABAD  highway NH-44 is one of the best in our country ....In-fact this extends till KANYAKUMARI..... Till Kanyakumari NH-44 is beautiful 4-lane roads with loads of food options, stay option and many more facilities...So driving in NH-44 is always like flying in heaven. Only thing is , we need to pay lot of tolls but never mind to pay for such wonderful road and facilities. However during last visit to PUTTAPARTHI from HYDERABAD , I saw some new speed breakers has been put in this highway . I was little disappointed to see such speed breakers but anyway those are not in our control.

Thanks for the great Words... Yes Tolls will take a toll on us else its a drivers dream road to drive

No need of booking in advance or  by phone call in advance , but let them know that you have come for Darshan , They have good amount of rooms .

Our case was different though- we were returning from Ooty and i was tired to the max and straight i went there and frankly told them about my condition - there many people speak Telugu and they gave me Manas Kuteer for accommodation as we were four adults and 3 kids  including my niece ..Manas Kuteer was allotted and charged 500 ...it has Geyser and we had early morning bath , parents had good walk around the campus. It has secure car parking .

This was the room - Maanas Kuteer ..very very peaceful and Serene 

As we were 4 Adults - we were allotted a Big room else a Mid Size Room would be 200-250Rs

Every Year from Dasara to Dec 31 Mysore Exhibition Would be On and dont miss that Exhibition if you are around that time - it is very very unique and  excellent

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46 minutes ago, Pralay said:

Nice travelogue. Enjoyed reading it fully. Add to that lovely set of pictures. I liked all the photos of wide roads, great clicks. Thanks for sharing

Thanks Pralay , Indeed Your Hampi Travellogue was inspiration for this to come up with this one ,

 Your Writing and Narration is Top Notch - the way you narrated through pictures is wonderful - Hampi looked more and more beautiful in your pics to be frank ....

Keep Traveling and keep us inspiring like this 

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@travel.rtc Great log .. You have detailed everything necessary that one needs to do their travel and the pictures look beautiful. Thanks a lot for sharing it. :) 

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Great Drive @travel.rtc. Seems you have visited only one place in Mysore. Sri Rangapatnam which is nearby is also worth seeing. We stayed at Karnataka Tourism Hotel Mayura Sri Rangapatnam which is on the banks of river Kaveri. A lovely place to stay. 

 

Beautiful Photos of Highways and Ooty Landscapes. Keep Driving.  

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