Hyatt Bangalore MG Road
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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I had the pleasure of visiting India once before. Also with Juniper for a work project. It was back in 2011 and just weeks before I was moving home to Missouri. Actually, that is putting it lightly. I believe I returned from India on a Wednesday and the movers came on Friday.
Anyway, the last time I was in India my mind was likely …
... and beer company). It was a pretty cool building with a pub outside it on a veranda of sorts between the buildings offering a very cosmopolitan, if not somewhat up-market ambience. Next stop was Mahatma Ghandi Road where he seemed eager to show me the Metro Station although in the end I was given a choice of whether or not to enter. He must have simply been proud of the latest additions to the city – the Metro is still under construction but half of it is operational. ...
The first week in Bangalore was chaotic. I planned to arrive two days prior to the start of the program in order to have some time to adjust, but things didn't go according to plan. On the day of arrival, after 14 hours of traveling, I immediately went to the university. Together with the other Dutch students I met the director of Centre of Social Action (CSA), the office where my internship is at. He explained us what their plans for us are: they arranged three ...
Because there was no direct connection from Hampi to Kochi my journey had to be broken in Bangalore, 4th biggest city in India. I was looking at a very long transfer, something like 10 hours, so there was no way I could just whole wait that time and wander around the city with my big backpack, especially without a shower after overnight train journey. I also wanted to refresh myself just before boarding another aprox. 12 hours trip to Ernakulam Jn - ...
... The Residence was rather nice and quite modern with a big double bed. Seeing as it was dinner time we walked to the nearest street that had something to eat, but nothing really took our interest. By recommendation we ended up at a place called Empire Hotel which had delicious Indian food once again. We of course ordered too much, but really wanted to try a Thali which is made up of several small dishes, a side of rice and not to forget garlic nanns. Day 21 - Jan 17th This was our ...