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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... and retain their guests. JW Marriott has to adapt to the Indian market in order to attract Indian guests as well as international. This last group forms around the 80% of the JW guests.
After a wonderful (and all the best adjectives in the world) lunch we drove to the airport for our meeting with Air Asia (India). They just started operating in Bangalore two weeks ago so everything was a ...
... we are currently waiting for a 8 hour bus to hampi.
The last 24 hours I have seen a grown man ******** in the street, had an argument with a stalker, lost my voice, caught a cold, had an argument with a guy who insisted I had to pay 150 rs (nearly 2 pound) for two apples and nearly **** myself.... but, still no ...
... to be awesome. I stepped out in my black shirt, FAVOURITE black shirt, miami blues shades and Levi's jeans only to be stopped by a hooker who offered me "special services". I politely refused to which she smirked, I don't know why. I found a pimp too who tried to sell me "Delhi ka maal". I said know and proceeded through the subway and went to the breakfast station near the railway station ...
... cruising at 60`s…it was ok kinda bright when we reached Kankpura…but once we left the town… it became dark in a matter of minutes…A 2-lane road . no divider, no ...
... However, Bangalore is light on historical sites and attractions, but has first rate shopping, dining and nightlife. I was coming off a month of busy sightseeing and Ula and Dave were seeing their friends for the last time here, so this suited everyone well. The other thing I found here is that everyone seems to speak English unlike Japan and China, so it is easy to make conversation with almost anyone. Most street signs are also in English so it will be harder to get lost ...