Goldfinch Hotel Bangalore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> Livable Bangalore
Bangalore is touted as a very livable city. A magnet for Indian retirees, I read. And we can see why. A fair amount of green spaces but even here the concept of sidewalks seems to be lost at city planning. Pedestrians are too often forced to share the roads motorists, a terrifying and dangerous situation. The modern Metro is a work ...
... Philippines is newer and is a joint venture at the moment. Continuing our day of TMCs, we made our way Thomas Cook – the world’s very first TMC - to meet with Asshwin Kohli, Associate Vice President of Visa and Passport Services. I was particularly interested in everything Asshwin had to say about the visa scene in India as I had seen more than my fair share of it from the US side. We learned about OCI cards for those with ...
... we head on up to the lake area, again very scenic complete with ducks and storks. Overhead, black kites are swirling, swooping down to catch shallow swimming fish. After our visit, Smita purchases a sweet and sour mango for us to try. It's more sour that sweet, an interesting taste. I can't decide whether I like it or not! It's just quite unusual. The flesh is quite firm and there is an orangey coloured spice that has been sprinkled on it to ...
How to reach SangamFrom Bangalore you have to go to Kanakapura and then take the road going to Sangama/ Mekedatu. I had gone there last year and given the route details in my previous article. Please refer http://journalsite.tk/journalsite/artic les/viewarticle.asp?articleid=219Visiti ng Sangam again after a YearLast year when we visited Sangam, we visited ...
... conditioned bus heading to the older, less commercialised Majestic neighborhood of Bangalore, where I had booked a room for the night. Now I've got a few tried and tested rules of thumb on the road, one of which is to always ask a local to confirm if you're on the right bus, and once you get an answer, ask the next guy just to make sure the first guy actually understood a word you were saying. The second guy in this scenario was a Gujarati visiting for ...