Moevenpick Hotel & Spa Bangalore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was shocked how nice the neighborhood was that I would be staying in.
I checked into my hotel, which was somewhat a blur, and had my bags brought up to my room! Officially in India, the only thing I wanted to do was sleep. Teeth brushed and nightwear found and I was ready for some sleep and looking forward to what I would be seeing and doing in India over the next two and a half ...
... He's watching three white girls pass through safely under the cover of a rickshaw with their noses wrinkled at the smell of cows and dogs and **** everywhere. I wonder, if this was my world, how would I break out? If I was never born with a fresh start, would I have the energy to rebel? With no home to anchor you to the world, how much fury, how much guts, perseverance and determination would it ask of you? How would you do it?
It was our last day in Bangalore. We had a lot on our agenda, so we attempted to get some of it completed early, since we were up anyway.
Around 7am, we walked out of the hotel in search of souvenirs. Nothing was open. So much for that idea. We grabbed something quick, but mostly sat in the hotel until the driver was going to arrive.
I watched some Power Puff Girls, just because it was on. There ...