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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... in Milk Colony where the locals seemed quite friendly. However, a couple of days ago my manager said that the company would provide something for me and further interns they may take on. Although this saves me a lot of bother, the flat he automatically considered is in the gated complex where he lives which is miles from anywhere.
During lunch in my second week my manager popped in saying he was headed to his house and could show me and my colleague the flat. Thinking he ...
... and piles of goods for sale as well. We found a flower and fresh market. The flowers are rarely sold in bunches - rather they are strung together to form incredible garlands. One stall was stringing individual rose petals, while was selling flowers that had been dyed vibrant colours. Not much more it add - there is a definite feeling of the trip winding ...
... right only), although spoons were available for those like us not quite adept at eating one handed. All the while, creaking ceiling fans were spinning, cooling the old and high ceiling dining rooms. The food was great and ...
... covers it as near as I can tell for the rules of the road.
Also as noted by someone in my group there are security folks at just about every store and restaurant that has a door. So not at the shops along the road but just about everywhere else. There are also attendants at toilets, trial rooms (fitting rooms to us) and many other places you would not find in the states. It does provide opportunity for many to have at least a minimal job in a country that has many people.
Thursday was a travel and business day, and I didn't take any photos. I stayed at the Bangalore Avanta by Taj, which was very nice, but the traffic woke me up this morning before I wanted to be. The Oberoi was next door, where my colleagues were staying, and it is even more posh, with a serene inner courtyard. But the walk in between hotels was depressing, with trash, disintegrated sidewalks and ...