Shilton Suites

Address: No:2, Ulsoor Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560042, India | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Ulsoor area of Bangalore, is near Mahatma Ghandi (MG) Road, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Athirampally Waterfalls, and Tipu Sultan Fort and Palace.
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      Travel Blogs from Bangalore

      BANGALORE

      A travel blog entry by nat0wens on Jul 20, 2014

      18 photos

      ... adjustments to our own practices to be respectful to the Indian culture apart from all adorning the traditional attire we have also had a crash course in eating with our right hands, something that has come quite naturally after a few goes. This practice is a purposeful spiritual connection to the food as nature in other words “feeling the food”…oh and I think it makes the ...

      Getting ready for the trip

      A travel blog entry by svp on May 16, 2013

      S has tried to avoid thinking about the trip so far, but now that we are traveling tomorrow that is no longer possible!

      It is a nice coincidence that today is S's last day at the current job. This is the first time S will quit a job and start out on a nice site-seeing trip the next day - all thanks to V :-)

      It's going to be a busy day for S: first exiting out at ...

      Disillusion

      A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Oct 29, 2012

      33 photos

      ... between the two cities, we spent 24 of them in busses.

      What i did get from Bangalore was a sense of equality. These cities are equally shallow to our own back home, and there’s little to distinguish them as Indian when you’re standing in a shopping mall or struggling through traffic. What makes Bangalore unique, the Jane temples, Buddhist monasteries, nearby nature reserves and centuries old ruins, we missed entirely. Had I been moving my own two feet, I ...

      We want to carry the world with us !!!

      A travel blog entry by drivenshoot on Nov 01, 2011

      7 photos

      ... the shopping spree.

      I am sure such activities are happening or will happen with the other two families who will join us on this trip. I am already getting some clues that they will also significantly contribute to the growing economy and GDP of the country.






















      One challenge is the limitted free luggage allowed by ...

      Concluding Thoughts on India

      A travel blog entry by nettagurari on Mar 08, 2011

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... to bathe, and cuts down drastically on the amount of water used. Additionally, food is eaten with one's hands minimizing the amount of eating utensils, and food is packaged in banana leaves, roti (a type of bread), or some sort of natural resource. Rarely did I encounter plastic packaging of food.

      Transportation

      The highlights of my time in India will remain the craziness I observed in the streets. Situations like what ...