SilicRest Hotel

Address: 624, 80 Feet Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560 095, India | Hotel
 
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Location

This 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

    Beautiful sculptures at Badami

    A travel blog entry by rajv on Jan 15, 2014

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    The exciting and beautiful sculptures at Badami.
    It was by the Chalukya kings.

    Some of the unique or unusual features noticed at the Sculptures in Badami
    I could see the importance given for Vishnu, Shiva and especially Ganapathy. In particular I could see Ganapathy's sculptures either separately or part of Shiva, Durga statues. Ganapathy statues not seen with crown ...

    Have a Himachal Tour Packages You Can Be Proud Of

    A travel blog entry by myhappyjourney on Jun 04, 2013

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    ... packages include a stay in a one of the most luxurious resorts of Himachal Pradesh. We also offer a free pick and drop facility from the nearest airport/ railway station.

    Himachal Pradesh has two sides to it – wilderness and tranquility. While on one hand there are gushing cascades, there are serene lakes on the other! Come; let's experience both the sides together! Let us rejoice in the lap of Mother Nature! Are your bags ...

    Taj West End Brunch

    A travel blog entry by hollycreed on Nov 25, 2012

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    ... was gorgeous. Our champagne was consistently filled up and it was an enjoyable afternoon. Despite our initial feelings it would just be Ruth, Euan and myself.

    Like most trips to restaurants we found we were the last ones left. So as we all enjoyed some political conversations about the American presidential elections and what was wrong with the USA as a country we found a very wet Kees come back to the table. Apparently he had just jumped into the pool. We all got up as ...

    A must for a visitor in Bangalore

    A travel blog entry by pragya on Jul 04, 2011

    ... India (which I hadn’t noticed before, despite having walked/driven by it numerous times). We stopped in front of Mayo Hall and noticed the sculpture in front of it. Another history lesson followed. Our next stop was St. Mark’s Cathedral and we were taken in by the sheer splendor of the place. We explored the grounds at a leisurely pace. We had worked up an appetite with all the cycling and so we stopped for a much needed tea break. Here ...

    Where are the crocodiles???

    A travel blog entry by jon.bxl on Jan 11, 2011

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    ... words of the artist (a real one) where flying in the whole carriage, above the jumping hits of his drum. His voice was purity, and his devotion, true. I wish I could stock this music somewhere in my memory, I would try to...

    Dropped into the Great Thar desert which extends across Pakistan (the border is only 100km N-W), Bikaner is part of Rajasthan state, the most touristic of India). Two reasons decided of my visit here. First, the "rat" temple, located 30km south ...