Romantic Places to Visit in Chennai ?

#31 Jun 2nd, 2005, 06:53
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Originally Posted by Nick-H Yep; I seem to remember signs stating that it is for spiritual and uplifting stuff only.

I suspect that they don't include romance Pity.
How could Romance NOT be spiritually uplifiting ?

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Originally Posted by docgirl2005 So hows the planning going?
Hey Madhuri, long time no C. While you have been away ive been busy (hehe im sure you read through the posts).... I was chatting with her the other day and she said that she wants to take me to her favourite resort when I got there... Haha yes it is fishermans cove...... I didnt say a word but i was thinking to myself "how convenient... " I think im pretty much decided with that place even though the costs are a bit extravagant, This only happens once in a lifetime so why not go the whole nine yards? I will be ringing the guys and making reservations maybe tonight or tomorrow night.... Like you said, this is something that a woman will remember all her life and thats how I want it to be, well my relationship with her maybe "arranged" but as you can see thats not going to stop me from blowing her off her feet

meanwhile ive also been trying to tone those love handles down on the gutt buster wouldnt want them all popping out in the spa with her around now do I?

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Originally Posted by Auntyji Hey I have family in Coimbatore
Aunty, yeah for sure we must be related yeah coimbatore is a small place...... by the way my parents stay in Raheja on Race Course road.... where abouts are your folks from?
#32 Jun 3rd, 2005, 21:17
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hey Pravie

dude,

THE GRT Temple BAY is really good place but i would personally suggest TAJ Fisherman's Cove,its got loads of privacy and the beaches are rockin in the evening !!

All da best !!

-Ran
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Thanks to everyone for your help and suggestions. I just got back from a wonderful trip to Madras and had a blast there with my Fiance'..

Sadly though I fell sick when I was there, as you can imagine a drastic change in climate and surroundings took its toll on my immune system. Nevertheless, it was a very memorable holiday...

Thanks to everyone on this thread who helped contribute making my trip memorable, you guys are cool
#34 Jul 29th, 2007, 11:02
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hey people...im looking for few ideas on taking someone special out too. the funnay part is..this the first time we are meeting...its an arranged marriage situation..we have been talking on the phone for so long and he is finally coming down to see me. i don't want to go over the top romantic but i would like to go places where we can talk...have a great time and may be discover a spark...
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pravie... sorry about the sickness, but everything else sounds like good news. Congratulations

Veronica... Nagaswara Rao Park... discover a spark in the park! Worked for me . But you'll need the mosquito repellent.

In terms of eating places, I think I'd caution against going for the top-budget places for a first meeting. Unless you are both really used to that environment, it adds an additional pressure: not only are you having to cope with each other, but also the environment as well. Personally I'd find it a bit intimidating.

But, if you both do that sort of thing every week anyway, then nothing less would do!
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Originally Posted by Nick-H View Post pravie... sorry about the sickness, but everything else sounds like good news. Congratulations

Veronica... Nagaswara Rao Park... discover a spark in the park! Worked for me . But you'll need the mosquito repellent.

In terms of eating places, I think I'd caution against going for the top-budget places for a first meeting. Unless you are both really used to that environment, it adds an additional pressure: not only are you having to cope with each other, but also the environment as well. Personally I'd find it a bit intimidating.

But, if you both do that sort of thing every week anyway, then nothing less would do!
Nageshwara Park, Vasantha Bhavan? Nick, are you from Mylapore?

Veronica, Nageshwara park is a good suggestion. But you may also want to check out the Besant Nagar beach.
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I'm a Mylapore guy, by adoption, yes, but house prices forced me out

I'm not at all sure about going to the beach on a first date!
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do they allow couples into the theosophical society?..
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Yes, but there are lots of signs reminding you that is is higher things that you should have on your mind. You'd soon be thrown out if you were seen not to have .
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there are lots of signs reminding you that is is higher things that you should have on your mind

err. How high?

Or is that a theosophical question?
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we want to be in private.. so asked about it.. i went with my frnds and actually a couple there went into the bushes..
i just want to walk with my partner, hug whenever i feel like...
possible?
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Originally Posted by capt_mahajan View Post err. How high?

Or is that a theosophical question?
Would you have in mind the tee-shirt with the upward-pointing arrow, and the chest-level words, I'm up here! ?
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sorry... i didn't get u...
could u elaborate
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Sorry, that happens when I think I'm answering a post and another gets in first.

Was answering the Captain.
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=crossposted, and I was right=

Better not

(I think Nick was responding to my inanity (or inaneness, as the case may b) )

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