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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Meal plan
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... a two hour session on our activities for our 180 Human Capital trainee's over the next 5 days. For Monday/Tuesday they are all together in the Westin ballroom for training sessions (one of which I am leading) and then Wed-Friday there are project simulations which we are facilitating. Should be quite fun and a learning for all of us.
After the overview, we took a tour of the Palace, which ...
... politics, and how it’s possible for groups of people to become desensitized to each other’s divinity. It was a bumpy, crazy, smelly, fantastic ride home. We all said goodnight and headed to our respective rooms in Mr. Ganesh’s apartment complex. We thought a little bit harder about letting the water run as we took our showers, and were a little more grateful for our bathroom that was connected to our room. It’s ...
... to the kids that had a multiplication trick on it. This confused me. Didn't she just tell me she doesn't condone that in her classroom? why yes she did. That actually ****** me off a little bit. Ill get over it. I just want to be able to help the kids and by sitting here nothing is getting accomplished. One of the things Madhu taught today in class was about her as a child waking up at 5:30 am to study. She said that this is what she did and ...
... sleep (let me tell you, waking up at 4;45am is not fun). After work, my roommates and I went to a nearby park and walked around. Ippy and I ended up talking about differences between Indian and American society. Having so many opportunities to chat with Indians my age makes me so happy that I don't live in an international student dorm-like setting.
However, navigating the maze that is Hyderabad (taking autos, automated-rickshaws) is absolutely ridiculous. The auto ...
... Only fate would bring the boy from New Orleans, the city that expresses its love through the food, straight to a cook off. After snapping as many shots as I could before my camera's battery died, I was greeted by a western-dressed man, the event manager. He introduced himself and explained the event, he asked if I would judge the cook off. Considering my lack of knowledge on rice puddle (if ...