Sayaji Hotel Pune
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... basil there !! Probably the name was given a hundred years back when there may have been a basil garden surrounding the Ram temple ) tulsi baag is a very old small market around a temple and has very quaint shopping and lovely souvenirs at reasonable prices. One can of course negotiate a little if one chooses !! Opposite the tulsi baag is the famous confectionery store CHITALE - do go and buy bakarwadi and some other ...
... to say the men had much more hot air than the girls ;) form that number (we were all given a sheet of paper with a number on it. A number was called out and the team had to silently form that number and 20 questions. A good time was had by all!
Bag Saga Update: The bags are in Delhi in the Customs Office... To be Continued! ...
Going on 4 days in India and still no suitcase. The Marriott has been wonderful in helping Cliff and I track down our cases, but this is too much. Last night I submitted my "Lost Baggage Claim" via British Air.
There is one item that cannot be replaced, which is my sari that I was I purchased in Agra on the last trip here. I put it in the case ...
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Good News: A quick trip to the Pantaloone's and we are in business for 2 more days. Bad News: We (Cliff and I) will not get our cases until Thursday at the EARLIEST??? Seriously??? Bloody Mess!!! Right now we are working on our baggage claim via Air India when it was BA that messed up. ...
... and me and Akshay agreed. So, the place and dates were finalized and now the plan was to be placed on papers. Later Pratik and Shalvi agreed to join us on the trip.
"How to reach Hampi from Pune?" was the first question on mind. We thought of Railways but we found no convenient train on the route. Then we thought if we could hire a taxi and drive to Hampi but a 600 kms night drive would have left us drained out. On further research we found that some ...