D'Habitat Hotel Apartments

Address: #485, 6th 'D' Cross, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560095, India | Hotel
 
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          Hampi- A heady, historic odyssey

          A travel blog entry by aznandita on Sep 15, 2015

          31 photos

          ... seems kind and forgiving of the gruesome unknown attacker.
          The most photographed temple here is The Vijaya Vittala temple with its world famous stone chariot. It is stunning, and despite the bazillion images I have seen, I am excited to pose in front of it and take a picture. Carved from a single hard granite rock, it is very impressive to say the least. There are also the famed musical pillars which ...

          External Influence

          A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 27, 2014

          3 photos

          ... to see everyone again and to round out our time in India as well as our ATW80 programme with this event. Megan, Ana, and I gave a quick presentation of our experiences this past month and had the chance to say thank you again to those who sacrificed their valuable time to meet and host us this week. The closing reception brought our time in India and ATW80 journey to a close as we were off to the airport as soon as we said our ...

          Street Dancing

          A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Jan 17, 2014

          6 comments, 22 photos

          ... that I should set my mind to. I should not bother others to take on those menial tasks or sweeping floors and watering flowers and washing cars. I can do those myself. It seems like you aren't living life and seeing all the gritty and flowery parts of life when you have someone else clean your toilet, take care of your children and cook your foods. Of course I would love to do without the toilet and the cleaning and perhaps the washing of my car. If the money vs. time works out ...

          The Power of the Student is recognised

          A travel blog entry by elliepreece on Mar 07, 2013

          2 photos

          Firstly, I want to wish Livvie Barley a VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! :D Sorry I am not there to help you celebrate but I'm expecting a messy night when I get home! :)

          My walk to school seemed easier than normal, the roads were clear and there were very few people needing lessons on how to walk properly on a pavement (reference to Room 101) All was going well until I stepped into the Najappa Reddy Layout. I came across the first cow of my journey. My ...

          The Seas of Trash

          A travel blog entry by 1staidnaccident on Mar 19, 2012

          1 comment

          ... br>
          It was starting to get dark and there was no way that I was getting on a night bus, so I knew I was stuck here for the evening.

          The driver took me to the first place, and the snotty girl behind the desk took one look at my tattoos and claimed the entire hotel was completely booked. The second hotel showed me a room that appeared as if it already had another guest living in it or a rock star had just trashed the place, so I politely ...