Royal Orchid Suites

Address: Vaswani Pinnacle Annexe, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560066, India | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Vaswani Pinnacle Annexe, Bangalore, is near Belur Temple.
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    Things I've learned thus far

    A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Apr 12, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... the unlatchable bathroom door that has been home-altered to allow for an uninterrupted experience. I think inviting guests spontaneously is more common in India because of their guest-centric mentality, where meals are always fresh and a guest who hasn't eaten is the best kind of guest (because they are of course hungry). I walk in with Neha and am amused that she's telling her mother about this new guest she just met outside who was painting their house. I give her the ...

    The kids go crazy

    A travel blog entry by elliepreece on Apr 18, 2013

    5 photos

    ... may have been trying to distract him he could only be responsible for what he did and that he needed to look at his own behaviour first.

    He seemed to work it out because by the time that we started English (and we chose to do storytime first to keep them calm) he moved himself away from the boys that were trying to distract him. I gave the students back their tests having marked them the night before. Generally I was ...

    Are you a vegetarian?

    A travel blog entry by bengalurubrit on Jul 30, 2012

    44 photos

    ... think it has the engine of a lawn-mower. It’s covered but the sides are open – which as I found out can be hazardous. For most destinations that are not within walking distance the auto is the way to go. It’s cheaper than a taxi (car) and easier to hire.

    I happened to take an auto ride right after it rained and a car passed us, spraying us with filthy muddy water; in our faces, all over our clothes and seat. (Good thing I got all my immunizations before I ...

    Off we go

    A travel blog entry by jillako on Sep 24, 2010

    ... getting on the train. Even though we allowed plenty of time - 1hr 45min - for what is normally a 30min ride, we only just made the train. When we got into our cab, we saw some dark clouds move in. Halfway through the (really slow) ride to K.R.Puram station, it started to drizzle. Just before we got down at the station, the skies opened up like a couldburst. We spent about 10 mins waiting in the car for it to die ...

    Spoils of Democracy (Panchayats & Palace Coups)

    A travel blog entry by darkstar on Dec 28, 2009

    ... ceremonial cake.

    The long knives might be sheathed again in Karnataka but in far off Jharkandh another melee is unraveling one of the biggest frauds in Indian history, perpetrated by that state’s former Chief Minister Madhu Koda.

    Notes:

    1. Panchayat village councils are the basic unit of democracy in India
    2. Government employees are promoted through a process called the Annual Confidential Report, a highly subjective and misused ...