Shilton Royale

Address: 9, 100 Feet Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560 047, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Sampangirama Nagar area of Bangalore, is near Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Innovative Film City, Athirampally Waterfalls, and Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
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    Kickoff from Bangalore

    A travel blog entry by pavan222 on Apr 30, 2015

    ... br> So on Thursday night, myself and Firdos joined Paul and Amar around 9:30 PM, started our trip to Kodai. We picked the route of Hosur road -> Salem -> Kodaikanal, it was a beautiful road (except for too many tolls). It took around 11 hours as we have to travel for 35 kms of Ghat ...

    Sunrise on Nandi Hills and Jakkur Neighborhood

    A travel blog entry by npacadia on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... State of Karnataka.

    Nandi Hills was an impregnable fort and summer palace of Tipu Sultan, former ruler of the Mysore Kingdom (which includes the locality of today's Bangalore). Much of his construction on Nandi Hills took place in the late 1700s. When the Mysorean fort was captured by the British in 1791, they developed the mountain into a Hill Station - a mountain village serving as a refuge for the colonial rulers from the summer heat ...

    Too Much Talk?

    A travel blog entry by ecsflemings on Feb 08, 2013

    8 photos

    ... the work in three language groups. Many of them have stayed overnight for the meeting with elders and leaders tomorrow, which we pray will have better attendance.

    Bangalore is higher elevation and a much more temperate climate, which I am appreciating. Sunday I will be at the meetings in one of the local assemblies and then Monday we fly to Calcutta and take the train to Jamtara for another round of the same sort of meetings.


    A travel blog entry by hrourk on Mar 16, 2012

    ... iron ore,natural gas,diamonds, crude oil,limestone,and important minerals. High technology industries lead the way for industrial growth. Serious gaps exist between the urban wealthy and the poor. Approximately 25% of the population lives in poverty. 1,269,338 square miles is roughly one third the size of the United States of America. The himalya mountain system in the world, are located on India's most densely populated ...

    The City of Colors

    A travel blog entry by gonzalogirado on Jan 16, 2012

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    ... Tropicana my ass, every morning getting juice from a street shop for 24 cents is not comparable to anything. I had the experience of going to a butcher shop and seeing the chicken clucking around before it was cooking in a pan at home an hour later.

    India can't be described with words, it fills all your senses as you walk the streets and amazes you with new experiences every day. I already know that it won't be easy going back, and dream about staying ...