Hotel Bangalore International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by the blessings of His Holiness, Lord Shiva. I don’t know it’s because of the presence of God Himself or miracle of nature, whatever it is, the reliving part is – there won’t be any shortage of water here. After daylong activities we were returning back and the day ended with little colorful surprise of rainbow.
Third and the last day we started early morning for Pattadakal. This place is like the poetry sculptured on the walls, pillars ...
... our hotel room at 8 in the morning for a shower then a breakfast. Spent most of the day touring the World heritage site of Hampy. Very hot so we headed back to the hotel pool in the afternoon. Visited the Purple Grass restaurant for dinner which was very ...
... own kitchen with propane burner (no stove) big room with double bed, fridge, washer, closet space galore, desk, TV, AC, and a lil bathroom with window. Not too shabby for this SF based girl that's never had a place to her own.
Tomorrow is a holiday. Harvest Festival. Ok. Thanks India for the prior notice :) I'll have time to catch up on my writing. so much more to digest and reform in thoughtful prose.
Alive and well my dears! Alive and well.
... it rained, though it was warm rain and so i didn't mind it too much! Not for the first time however I had an incident with a cow, it was on my path (some could argue it I was walking on its path) and I couldn't walk in the road because it was too busy. It involved some neat jumping from pavement to road and quickly back again. It's remotely like playing chicken, but with a cow if that makes any sort of sense...
... learning a lot about India. I now know not to ever book a sleeper again unless they can sit me next to a girl. We arrived after 10 AM and that means the journey was over 16 hours. It's no wonder this country is poor as hell. It was a 500 KM trip, which is 300 miles or the equivalent from Seattle to Spokane. I've done that trip in 4 hours before. Japan's bullet trains can do the journey in 2 hours and somehow India makes it more than 16 hours. ...