Golden Residency

No-28,Second Main Road, 4th Cross Opposite Hotel Kanishka, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560009, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Gandhi Nagar area of Bangalore, is near Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Innovative Film City, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, and Athirampally Waterfalls.
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    Building hope

    A travel blog entry by teambolina on Jul 09, 2010

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    ... gave included stationery donated by St. Johns School and many toys donated by some of the team members. We bought some provisions of rice, lentils and some other necessary items for the orphanage. Before leaving, we took pictures and gave a cash donation of some RS 31000 which was collected by the team.

    On our return, we went to Dominoes Pizza to have a tasty supper. It was indeed one of the best pizzas that I have ...

    Catching a Brumby in Bangalore

    A travel blog entry by darkstar on Sep 29, 2009

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    India loves celebrity, and politicians⎯whether they are popular or not⎯are considered A-listers. Visiting dignitaries are particularly fawned upon, and so it was with the recent visit of Victorian Premier John Brumby to Bangalore. The popular Australian politician was in town in late September as part of a two whistle-stop tour of India, and a larger publicity campaign by high-ranking Aussie politicos to smooth over the riotous reaction to Indian ...


    A travel blog entry by sim_armitt on Nov 16, 2008

    1 comment

    ... a theme park. There are a number of smaller shrine rooms on the way to the larger main temple which we visited. Paul kept shoving me in front because I'm brown so he figured I'd know what to do...he felt a little awkward I think. We finally got to the main temple which was colossal. The shrines were gowing with gold and the whole place smelled sweet with flowers and incense. We queued up and eventually arrived at a table behind which sat a priest. He asked is we ...


    A travel blog entry by tuesdaysky on Aug 24, 2007

    ... of poverty here. It is so surreal to see such poverty and are now in from tof me in the flesh and still I have not comprehended all this. A women who was hunched over and had lost a leg walked on her hands; her body was so dismantled. She used a flip flop as protection for her hands against the hot cement, and went around begging, asking for 5 ruppees. 5 rupees could by her a whole days worth of food, to us that is about 8 ...

    Indian Trains- Railtrack could learn a thing or 3

    A travel blog entry by nial on Nov 23, 2004

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    ... The trains turned out to be oh-so-simple, I think what threw us was that there were no delays, no track repairs, no termination of service with the last leg to be finished by coach. Why, when the British left India, they brought a 3rd class rail system back with them and left a clean punctual service behind, only Vishnu alone knows. On the platform, as soon as the train pulled in, the mad scramble for a seat started before the train had even ...