Hotel Chalukya

Address: 44, Race Course Road, Bangalore, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560001, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Austin Town area of Bangalore, is near Tipu Sultan Fort and Palace, Caruggi District, Dolceacqua, and Bangalore Turf Club Race Course.
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    ... I would have to take 2 times a day for, well, forever. The side effects were worse than my actual syndrome and I couldn’t imagine being on medication that was not going to cure me, but "possibly relieve some symptoms." I decided to look into more holistic approaches and found that yoga practice was one of the top recommended treatment for such syndromes. I am not talking about this fancy naked hot suspended type yoga that has popped up in ...

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    ... to hear different opinions and experiences from various backgrounds.

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    A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus on May 28, 2013

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    ... India, since they are Muslim, Sikh and other religions. The funny thing about this one was that they took off their shoes before entering. I've never seen this before. I went up to Chowmundy Hill, which is where the main tourist attractions are. One of them is the temples and small markets. I went to the temple and it was 100 rupees for foreigners and 20 rupees for Indians. There was water on the ground to wash my feet as I walked in. I got ...