The Monarch Luxur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... heavy industries, software companies, aerospace, telecommunications and defense industry are in the city. Bangalore is known as the "Silicon Valley of India" because of its position as a national leader in technology jobs information. It is an economic center and second Indian metropolis with faster growth in 2008.
Bangalore is known as the Garden City of India; vegetation and the presence of many public ...
I'm already in India for three months now, which means I’m halfway. Most of the time so far I’ve been studying, just a little was traveling. The second half of my stay will be just the opposite: one month of studying and then two months of traveling. The last month of assignments has been planned from A to Z: I’m at a stage where most of my focus will be on righting reports and finishing up projects.
It is time to make up ...
... the refills just keep coming until you say no. The food is all delicious and only one little mound of food proves a little too spicy for me. We also get a creamy rice and nut desert as well as ice cream followed by fruit and parcels of beetle nut (this is an item that is, I can only assume, a very acquired taste). And now it's time to visit the poshest shopping mall in town. Smita warns us we won't be able to afford to shop there but it's good for ...
... number of people. We soon got into the water for bathing. [Bathing in Sangam]After getting into the water, we marked that the water was dirty and there were various types of insects in the water. I was scared for a moment and was about to get out of water. But next moment I saw others bathing very happily and became fearless. Enjoyed water for a long time. [River ...
... a personal note: avoid sitting anywhere close to the bus driver if you value your hearing, because if there's one thing Indian drivers like to do, it's to beat their horns like it owes them money. Mind you, after a couple of days in India, I didn't even notice the incessant honking, and actually kind of grew fond of it. Getting off at the bus station was like being blindfolded and spun around before having to hit open a pinata, only I guess in this case I ...