Nandhini Hotel - R.T.Nagar
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... was another great experience. We were joined by Prakash Viswanathan, Director of Sales and Marketing of the JW Marriott Bengaluru, Geetha Arekal, Regional Travel Head of Northern Trust, Rohit Hangal, Director of Sphere Travel Magazine, and Amarnath Lal Das, Travel Manager for Accenture. The site visit was so productive with the different dynamics of travel managers, media, and us. Prakash was ...
... gate, there were three men that checked the trunk, under the car, and around the car for security. The barricade lowered and we were able to pull into the drive way. At this point a staff of around 6 people greeted us to take care of our bags, we checked in, and we were taken to our rooms. I went to my room and had a sales manager come and explain every feature of the room. He was showing me ...
Happy Independence Day to India! It just so happens that my date of birth also lands on this day, August 15th and to make things more interesting, it is my 21st birthday!
I definately experienced the birthday wakeup of a lifetime. Our sleeper bus boarded at 8 p.m. the previous night and we arrived in Bangalore around 6 a.m. A man in the bus began yelling "Bolli Bolli Bolli" which must have been the name of ...
... now very wet, shot out of the hole, more (louder) screams by me and we both frantically went for the door, being closed, the rat had no where to go but I had it open in a jiffy, especially after feeling the rat crawling over my feet and this was a small bathroom, I was bloody petrified. Quickly, I shoot out of the bathroom, naked and screaming while Celi and the maid are in the kitchen. Cel collapses in ...
... a man selling Tomatoes, i cannot describe the noise he made but it was awful. Sometimes to accompany the sound of him i would here men spitting i don't why they make themselves so loud but it seems to be the norm.
I had really prepared myself for such a culture shock for when i arrived in India expecting extreme poverty, but Bangalore is a cosmopolitan city and although you see poverty and beggars it is not to the extremes which i will ...