Hotel Gangothri

Address: No.-14, 80 Feet Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560095, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on No.-14, 80 Feet Road, Bangalore.
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      Things I've learned thus far

      A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Apr 12, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... into my lack of a husband.
      "So, why aren't you married?"
      Me: I havn't found the right one yet.
      Neha: So, don't you want to be married?
      Me: Well, yes, I do...but it's not worth it unless you are both in love and are in the right place and space to really commit to it.
      Neha looks at me deadpan, really trying to take it all in. I feel that most women here just feel that it's going to happen. Marriage that is. I know for some it's love. For some it's arranged...but ...

      Futsal time!

      A travel blog entry by elliepreece on Apr 10, 2013

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      As there was nothing important going on at the school today, I took in the futsal ball that I brought. Futsal is normally played indoors, and it played with a ball that doesn't bounce as much meaning that players have to rely more on skills and tricks and flicks than being able to play the ball in the air. It is a game that encourages close control and fluid passing movements and as such ...

      The Journey to India

      A travel blog entry by bengalurubrit on Jul 21, 2012

      1 comment

      ... packed the wrong kind). Bathing for the first time here was an experience too. There are showers, but you have to turn on and heat the water first in a “geyser” which is a tank suspended from the ceiling. I might be taking bucket baths for the most part, which I’m sure is an art in itself. But overall I’m grateful for my co-workers for letting me stay with them and relieved that I made it in one piece. (Fingers crossed that I don’t get delhi ...

      DAYS TRIP TO KOLAR & KOTI LINGESHWARA

      A travel blog entry by sumaramesh on Nov 21, 2010

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      Date of Travel : Nov-11-2010
      Mode of Travel : Maruti Omni
      People : Me,my hubby Ramesh & my parents
      my Bro Mahesh,his wife n kid Lasya.
      Route Map : Blore - Kolar


      Its been a practice to visit Koti Lingeshwara every year in Karthika masam from 2005, the time since we(My parents) installed a Linga in Koti ...

      Extract from Donny's Facebook Entrry

      A travel blog entry by mayaroshni on Dec 09, 2009

      1 photo

      ... make up the fake scenery of places like Adventure World and other amusement parks, and the metal railings that lined the path reminded me so much of queuing for a rollercoaster it wasn't funny (well, not at the time). And all along the path were the same cheezy, mystical sayings like 'feel your heart fill with peace' or 'experience inner joy' - sayings that attempted to imbue the place with a certain spiritual resonance. Sorry, but it was ...