The Royale Senate

Address: 24 Bellary Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560024, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Sanjay Nagar area of Bangalore, is near Innovative Film City, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Mahatma Ghandi (MG) Road, and Athirampally Waterfalls.
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      First Weekend in India, with many of other firsts

      A travel blog entry by mark.lockyer91 on Mar 16, 2014

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      ... ended up going bowling/the cinema, quick thinking of 'I’m a little tired, I only landed yesterday’ got me out of that one. Lovely, lovely guy and couldn’t have been more of a host, plenty of stories our Billy though, hope you get the name. Looks like I might be seeing a lot more of him.

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      A travel blog entry by acres_wild on Mar 30, 2013

      ... they can only do vegetable curries and one person can order prawns, none of which works for me. So I ended up getting a sandwich and french fries, very weird choice for Goa, but what can you do... The worst bit was that they took an hour to prepare the order, even though everyone was eating more or less the same and my sandwich came as last :-P I wasn't the only one rushing, so we were not very happy, but there wasn't really anything we could do. We ended up stuffing ourselves ...

      Devanahalli Fort and Tipu's Birth Place

      A travel blog entry by umakant on Mar 13, 2012

      ... to be. I was expecting a ticket counter, a parking place, some guards and stuff. But actually the fort is just an entrance and nothing after that (for the tourists). Talking from a different angle the fort area is used as a regular habitation.
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      Shamrocks and Sixes

      A travel blog entry by alandjoan on Mar 06, 2011

      ... all barred up about the game the next day. We were up reasonably bright and early the next day to put the finishing touches on our Mullaghmeen Cricket Club flag and to start building the excitement before the walk to the ground. We left the hotel in our very inconspicuous Irish outfits around 1pm and the place was buzzing, there had been thousands of people going into the stadium since 9am in the morning for a 2.30pm start. The crowd around the outside of ...

      17) Skandagiri : 18/7/10

      A travel blog entry by karthikprabhu03 on Jan 01, 2011


      ... the documents of the other bikers Then stopped at a small shop…. Had tea… and finally left further towards Skandagiri… our 3 bikes were the only ones we ...