Sai Vishram Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... It was as scorcher.
We were zooming along, at around 70 kph, for us max speed on the luxurious 6-lane divided highway, when a herder and few cows were walking on the edge of the expressway about 100 yards in front of us. As we closed in, one of the big white Brahmas lurched across our lane with the herder tugging on its ...
... what he preaches! We spoke about the travel industry both from an Indian and a Generation Y perspective. Saurabh has the unique combination of being young and also very experienced in what he does. He started with a quick overview of the Indian economy and the potential for growth and improvement in the tourist sector. I was surprised and glad to hear he believes that even though the younger generations are attached to technology, the value of ...
... was in guidebooks we were the only Westerners there and it was packed. The cleanliness, order and modernity of Bangalore really made an impression on us. It was completely unlike the India we had come to know. We saw numerous ads about money and progression and posters describing new apartment complexes with names like Napa Valley. Bangalore appears to be one excellent example of how India is ...
... away from the toilet area. Although it was very irritating to walk half a km for going to toilet, soon I realized the benefits, as it was a good compulsory exercise to digest the food and stay active.
[spectacular long queue for lunch]
The lunch queue was longer than the previous days (probably there were more participants on the last day). There were about six food ...
... sari poses has been developed.
In the afternoon we visited the ISKCON temple in Bangalore dedicated to Sree Krishna and Radha, Radha being Krishna’s well known partner, their love often celebrated by Hindus. The temple was relatively new having been built in the 1970s and was an impressive combination of the old Hindu architecture and design and the new featuring a glass roof. Upon arrival we took off our shoes and walked ...