Asha Regent

Address: 22, 3rd Cross, 6th Main, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560009, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Banaswadi area of Bangalore, is near Shivasamudram Falls, Belur Temple, Caruggi District, and Gulbarga Fort.
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    The Garden city *

    A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Jul 16, 2015

    1 photo

    ... immigrants from the North of the State. Today, has become an important centre for information technologies, where you have installed numerous multinationals to leveraging know-how of computer scientists and mathematicians autochtones.

    Holidays: The City celebrates its oldest Festival, the "Karaginski Shaktyotsava" or Karaga Bangalore. The Deepavali, the "Festival of lights", transcends demographic and religious lines and is also an important ...

    Week Six of Placement

    A travel blog entry by asteller on Nov 09, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... short of breath without treatment but he wasn't taking his medication. He then told us (through our translator Guytre) what was wrong with the world these days and about the good old days when he worked for the King of Mysore, he was quite endearing and entertaining. We spoke with his wife about his treatment and I hope he goes to see his cardiologist again, his main gripe was that the nurse in the hospital was really rough while removing his cannula, so hopefully ...


    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 02, 2014

    13 photos

    Ian's friend 'The Wickerman', has been giving us grief about our lack of photos of steam engines. It would appear Ian told him we'd be travelling on them. I don't know where he got that idea from. Anyway, we have heard there is an open air steam railway museum in Mysore so this morning we set of in search of it. We hire a tuk tuk. Turns out it is just five minutes from our hotel. At Rs15 each entrance fee and Rs20 for the camera (grand total 50p) it's a cheap ...

    It's a small world after all...

    A travel blog entry by alison_l_hill on Jul 04, 2010

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... After all this, I still got home at the respectable hour of 1am, but since that's so unheard of here, the gates to the campus were closed and locked and the security guard was MIA. Luckily, I was able to scale the gate and climb over it, only to see a very surprised security guard waking up a few buildings over. The next morning I woke the next morning with an unfortunate hangover, signaling that it only takes a month of teetotalism to become a cheap drunk.

    Happy Eid!

    A travel blog entry by ladytonholiday on Sep 21, 2009

    3 photos

    ... approaching. Dussehra is a Hindu version of Christmas celebrating the victory of Rama over the demon King Ravana, thus good over evil. A mixture of the two holidays up'd the waiting lists on trains, and the cost of flights or buses. We spent a few "one more day's" trying to organize the most suitable route. With a desire to travel onwards, and upwards, alone I packed my entire rucksack, for the first time since April, and ventured to 'Paradise' alone. ...