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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Shilton Suites Bangalore
Travel Blogs from Bangalore
... need to cover their necks and elbows! The store has hours for women and other times for men to shop. I was so surprised when I found out that the Sai Ram hotel, a 2 star hotel, actually had a blow dryer! On top of that they served baked beans along with South Indian food. Spent a day with my cousins in Bangalore...bonded over some haircare (Chunmun...we'll keep that to ourselves) and had to clean a baby's butt...not ready for that at ...
... light. I had the opportunity to watch, listen and try. What stood out was the equipment. It was really old-fashioned, but maybe vintage is a better description. Instead of fancy laser beams and high quality nanometer splits they used sodium lamps, carved splits and lenses. Optical activity was measured with tools that could easily be reproduced. It was fascinating, but I also learned a lot. I saw how some practicals could be done with basic means, ...
... barged to the front of the line. It was weird as we all had allocated seats. The movie itself was great we saw Thor 2, we decided everyone must be deaf from the constant beeping in India because the movie was so loud it almost hurt our ears. Ah India. After a couple of days in Bangalore we were defiantly ready to leave, it was a nice change from the usual hustle and bustle of India but it was time to get back to ...
... meant a lot of eating (but nothing Indian) and a lot of socialising (but not with people from India)
I am hoping to start my volunteer placement on Wednesday, so that will mean less lounging around, and more "hard work" and I may also have found a footie youth league to help out! really hoping I can pull that one off, as it would be awesome to be able to play while I'm here, i think three months is a little to long to go without it! ...
... the front of the seat of the Jeep I instinctively reached over my shoulder looking for the seatbelt only to find it stuck, and I had to get used to not having the reassuring feeling that years of training have given me of wearing the seatbelt. This is part of the India experience; you will not get a green light to cross the street, there will not be a set price for anything, the rickshaw drivers will rip you off, sometimes more than others, and you won't be sure if the food that you ...