Nandhini Hotel - R.T.Nagar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... bike out of the place we had got it stuck in - a side of the largest mountain you can find in our state. I sat down on the bike feeling apprehensive and trying to keep my balance. There was no support I could take from the right foot as there was a sheer drop on that side. I leaned the bike as far to the left as I could and slowly inched forward. Barat and Sayon were holding onto the bike even though everyone knew that if the ...
... together with two of Narmada's friends from college - Rohini and Sindu. So the next 24 hours were very busy for us, helping with everything we could and more being part of the wedding, rather than guests, which also means that I have as good as no pictures, but I'm sure that's the least problem, I can't even begin to imagine how many thousands of photos the others took. We changed in our saris together with Narmada for the reception in the evening, which was really lucky as ...
... I waited about an hour to take a shower, which is basically like renting your own bathroom. I don't know why I thought this was funny to report, but I have uploaded a photo as proof :-)
My favorite observations of the Lufthansa lounge was observing the free-pour bottles of liquor and draft beer. I have never seen bottles of Jagermeister as part of a breakfast buffet, lol! And no bartender or frat party, to boot ...
... counter. This ticket counter is not for fast entry as you have already free entered through the queue. This counter sells ticket for various attractions like:
- Om namah Shivaya Yatra Rs 20/-
- Pahadi Shiva Dhama Yatra Rs 30/-
- Milk abhisek Rs 10/-
- 12 Jyotirling Yatra Rs 10/-
- Paap naash diya Rs 20/-
- Om namah ...
... from a movie. I looked from her face to the face of the clock, and back to her face again - stern and very put-out that we dared to come so darn early.
And so we took a seat and waited. At 11.00am - slowly one by one her 'staff' began turning up for work ... each and every one strolling in casually, stopping to pay their respects to her and obviously asking what she wanted them to do first off. We were completely ignored until about 11.15am ...