Palm Meadows Club
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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After a fun trip to Kerala, we stopped in Bangalore for one night. While we were there we went to brunch with some friends at one of our favorite restaurant/hotels. Soon enough, we we picked up Devika, an old friend, and headed to the airport to continue our journey!
After our short time in Hong Kong, we had arrived in Bangalore! We had lived in Bangalore for four years (2005-2009), so we knew the city relatively well. We had lived in a gated community called Palm Meadows. Palm meadows has a hotel section as well as a large housing section. We all loved Palm Meadows and we knew it quite well, even though it has …
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