Lakme Executive The Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... I have a back pack stuffed with books and 2 days worth of clothing. (Yes, CAD you can have the black & red kurta when I get back. I got another at the market - midnight blue with black velvet and gold embroidery/xoMum)
Well, I've learned the Indian people are warm and welcoming and treat you like family. Through it all, we've got the work done, made fantastic connections and saw some breathtaking sights. I ...
Each time we visit Harbinger Systems, they have a team building event called Happy Hour. (If you recall the last time, I was wrapped up in TP and became a mummy.) This visit we also had a Happy Hour. In Happy Hour the team plays several games to build/bond. The games we played were blowing soy chunks (uncooked) down a table ...
... ladies I work with could show me how to wrap it. I'm beyond bummed as I was going to wear it to a function later in November. The travel gods are rattling my cage.
Every story has a silver lining: I've met some wonderful people here in India. You cannot replace a smile. So through everything, no matter what, keep your head up and smile!
... has a paper based bag tracking system. Business Opportunity??? Anyway, wish me/us luck!!!
So, in total we started our trip 26 hours after we should have, had longer layovers [the one in London was very nice] and arrived without our cases. Our Air India flight was also delayed 1 hour and 15 mins since there wasn't enough staff to fly the plane. How ...
... named Gadag which housed many windmills and a huge statue of some political leader.
Everything was new hence exciting. Further we reached a town named Koppal which housed a huge and well built bus stand for the state transport buses. This was the place from where the landscapes started changing. We saw Hills in red colored stone. The stones were huge. This was a hint that we are nearing Hospet. And it was confirmed when we crossed the Tungabhadra Dam.