Nandhini Hotel - R.T.Nagar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... name of religion. This evolves into today’s politics where Narendra Modi is accused of standing by while a massacre of Muslims went on in his home state where he was in power. He did not lift a finger when Muslims were beaten, brutally raped and set on fire, while he could have sent in the troops and made them stop with official government force. Muslims are a little skeptical ...
... hand, really useful. The brochure covers general security guidelines, medical emergency, suspicious packages, earthquake, event of fire, emergency exists, during an evacuation, employee responsibility, most important emergency contacts. It is a 5 page leaflet though – I doubt that people ever read it before an actual alert which is a shame, because then it is too late… A good example of the role of safety and security here.
... is very out of character.
MG & Brigade Road
After lunch we headed down to MG Road. This road was a shopping area in town right by the main train station. (MG stands for Mahatma Gandhi). Keep in mind this is the first time we had been walking down the streets by ourselves. Up to this point we had been dropped off at the front entrance of every store and place we went to. I joked with my travel companions that I feel like we finally got out ...
Kolkata here we come, no sooner than you could say Kolkata Knight Riders (give or take 15 hours) and we were in West Bengal. In town for the blockbuster England v India tie at the coliseum better known as Eden Gardens....just a minute, what do you mean the games been shifted to Bangalore because the ground isn't ready? I thought they'd had years to get it ready....This is ...
... friends, yet also close enemies; only because of their love to feed their delicious food in enourmous quantities and we just couldn’t say no!! Every meal was capped of with 5-6 different sweets, including breakfast, and again we just could not say no! It was truly a test in self-control and after the first day we learnt the secret way to refuse more food or save space for what was to come.