Hotel Ramanashree Richmond Circle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the Royal Palace that we visited last night. While at the temple, I had suggested to our guide Ahmed, that to revisit the Palace may not be a good idea. He was pleasantly indignant that we should. So I just wobbled my head (when in Rome, do as the Romans do) and complied. I'm glad that Ahmed won this battle. We are not allowed to take pictures inside but managed to buy a DVD. I just hope that the latter has pictures of the rooms we visited. The marriage ...
... gardens, children were flooding to the group to take pictures with us. Sri told us that Indians believe that taking care of a guest is more important than taking care of yourself. It is humbling. People that live in a third world country care so much about us to make us happy.
If today and yesterday are an indication of how India will be, I am in great hands and will have a great ...
... day in Indian is a nation wide dry holiday, so we had a few drinks and headed out to eat dinner. Legally not being allowed to drink on my 21st was a rather interesting experience.
On our way to find a rickshaw, we passed a funeral in the middle of the street. I think I need to read more into the customs of death in India because I cannot grasp how sitting in the streets with cars driving through the middle of ...
... following requirements as far as vehicle is concerned.
Vehicle pooling for group travel:
We are six adults and five kids. It is better if all of us could travel in one vehicle instead of seperate ones. This helps in doing our bit towards the environment. 2800 KMs driving in 3 seperate vehicles would burn a lot of fuel also add up to the pollution. Having one vehicle would be eco-friendly as well as wallet-friendly.
... an hour. Our lunch breaks in India are almost exactly two hours later than when we have lunch in Lincoln (1:30pm vs 11:30am).
We all rushed out to meet our guests and I'm pretty sure a break was more than overdue . Harish is an old friend to Talent Plus. He started writing code for our TalentBank 5 software back in 2004 and has only recently left Lisle Technology Partners. He also spent last spring in Lincoln, NE at Talent Plus to help with ...