Sai Vishram Hotel

Address: C-144/1 Kirloskar Road Bommasandra, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560099, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C-144/1 Kirloskar Road Bommasandra, Bangalore.
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    A journey through time, remembrance of glory

    A travel blog entry by mousumi.khatua on Aug 20, 2015

    21 photos

    This is my very first blog. Not very sure exactly what to write and what not to. But something inside pushing me to scribble some of the experiences from my recent trip to the world heritage sites – Badami – Aihole – Pattadakal – Mahakuta.

    I went with a group of thirteen people including me. It was arranged for those who have interest for photography. In the group few were professionals, some were keen on photography and rest are ...

    High Tech - High Touch

    A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Street Dancing

    A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Jan 17, 2014

    6 comments, 22 photos

    ... of a meal being made. This meal is my daily food lesson. North Indian foods, South Indian foods, the difference between Roti and Naan. The street food lesson, the eating with my right hand lesson, the rice vs roti lesson in eating and the spicy food lessons. I've surprised myself with the ability to take on spicy. Ok. Really, I don't think they cook as spicy as they can (THANK THE LORD). but my spicy taste buds are sure getting more action than they normally do...


    The Power of the Student is recognised

    A travel blog entry by elliepreece on Mar 07, 2013

    2 photos

    ... down, and also the issue of respect was discussed. The issue of "groupism" as they called it was also raised, in certain classes the girls were forming into groups, and this was seen as a major issue rather than just a normal set of behaviour from teenage girls. They talked about the use of other languages as well, the school is meant to mainly operate in English meaning that no local dialects are spoken, this is in operation within the teachers as well. It ...

    The Seas of Trash

    A travel blog entry by 1staidnaccident on Mar 19, 2012

    1 comment

    ... the left, so that’s the way I headed as I exited the hotel. As soon as I rounded the corner I saw a sign that read ‘Bar,’ perfect, at least I could get a cold one.

    In most countries I’ve traveled to ordering a beer is a relatively straight-forward experience. Unless you are in the bush of West Africa or some other remote place (or where it’s prohibited), finding a chilled beer is typically easy; if it’s warm, ...