The Gateway Hotel on Residency Road
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... India's big challenge is and according to these travel managers the answer is cultural barriers within India. As they speak a different language for every 300 km. (approx.) and they have very different food preferences it can be a challenge to manage travel in India.
As Etihad had to cancel our meeting today this was the only meeting of the day. Instead we got the chance to go see the Bangalore Palace, which was very beautiful. It was very obvious to see the ...
... touch is not going anywhere. In essence, there is only so much outsourcing to technology humans will tolerate before we revert to preferring interactions with humans instead of screens. In the evening we went out to a craft brewery called Three Monkeys. Joseph brought his two children along and we all hung out and watched highlights from the World Cup so far. When we finished, we raced back to the hotel to catch the USA vs. Germany game before calling it a ...
... so it's not an issue but the views of the islands were spectacular when we arrived, so seats near the front are a bonus. All done with check in, we make our way to immigration. Passports are checked and stamped, Andermans permits surrendered, that leaves just one more set of security screening for hand luggage to clear. We are made to stand in separate queues, ladies and gents, but then proceed to the same security belt, bizarre. We note from a large notice on the ...
... of nandi in front of the temple. You have to climb a few steps for the temple and have darshan of the lord. The beauty of the temple is that it is built on huge granite stones. Some of the boulders are more than 50 feet high. They look very terrific and magical. You can see Siddheshwara beta from the Veerabhadra Temple hill top, ...
Wow, what a contrast!
The cows and beggars on the streets are gone, the pavements are lined up with trendy cafes and bars and most people are well dressed. Bangalore, India's IT capital, looks clean and modern with modern housing (…how tall is your ambition?), glass offices and a brand new skytrain like in Bangkok ...