The Prestige Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Sun temple in Ujire on the way. Had a peaceful darshan at all 3 places, on way back to Mangalore had lunch at "Ocean Pearl" which I felt is a bit over rated and some dishes were actually expensive than the best sea food restaurants in Bangalore!! Another visit to Mangalore city in evening followed by Dinner at Homestay summed up our long ...
... This is the night we are having a deck barbecue party followed by a Bollywood dance party so some of us ladies are trying our hand at managing to wrap 5 meters of fabric around ourselves and not look like a dummy or fall down the stairs, it's called a 'Sari'. The men get off much easier with a piece of fabric, called a dhoti wrapped around their waist, no question who will look more interesting! The pictures will show the ...
... There are these huge signs in the train station with all of the trains that pass through and where they end up. A bit confusing for those of us who don't know exactly where we are going. And, I'm pretty used to having everything easily available on the internet. It's so easy at home to figure out how to get from one place to another, a quick search on google maps and I'm usually provided with multiple options, even if I'm traveling to different cities. If that exists in ...
... first machine ran out of money (after the same guessing game Raluca and I played last time as we tried to figure out how much we could take out) because we were getting money out for 4 people. So we had to go to another. And another. Then we realized that someone's card just wasn't going to work, some international withdrawal limit, so we had to give up. We headed over to the rickshaw stand, bargained with a few drivers (over 30 cents!), found one we liked, and headed back ...
... palace, crumbly old buildings wedged in alongside the usual multinational stores, and covered bazaars reminiscent of those we'd seen in the Middle East. Whilst in Mysore, we went to a government silk sari factory. It's open to the public, but rather than having tours, people are free to wander about as they please. We were fascinated by all the spinning and whirring machines, and the people working there (mainly men) seemed proud to show us their ...