Palm Meadows Club

Address: Ramagondanahalli, Airport Varthur Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560066, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ramagondanahalli, Airport Varthur Road, Bangalore.
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      Next stop was One MG Road for lunch at Blimey. What a great view from the restaurant! Bob and Sita both had the Bombay burger, although Bob had the mild version and Sita made his much spicer. I had something called Boxty. Basically, two crepes, peas, asparagus and white sauce. It was all very yummy :)

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      A travel blog entry by pooja.kundargi on Dec 20, 2012

      ... for the Christmas celebration in the center. I have to say, this was one of the best ways I've prepared for the holiday mainly because there was no last minute frenzy to buy people presents, or help my mom clean the house for any guests coming over. I got to help make decorative flower bouquets (well, attempted to), play games with the kids, and drink chai with biscuits :)

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      A travel blog entry by bengalurubrit on Jul 22, 2012

      ... the food I've had has been really good and not too spicy.

      Just watching the people and street life here is entertainment in itself. I am so interested to see the mix of "modern" vs "tradition", which is such a tangible phenomenon here. Walking around the streets you see brand new buildings -- selling trendy "modern" goods like cellphones, cosmetics and scooters - smacked up against mud brick shacks. Women in sarees are hauling baskets of dirt and ...

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      ... at 50`s constant.. givin tough competion to auto drivers haha! The funny part was as we were overtaking each other we gave a fierce gaze and did all kinds of sound effects!! ...