St Mark's Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... head!. Rarely i could see the Muruga(Karthigeya's) statue. wonderstruck by the statue of similing or happy narasimha. The sculptor indicating that lord is in happy mood through lotus flower at the head. Also there is no crown - an unusual statue.
Almost all the statues are of 6+ feel height and most of having unusual details which I have never seen. E.g., Lord ...
... drinks, wedding cake and floral decoration besides a luxurious accommodation, taxi cab for sightseeing and pick and drop facility. To make your himachal honeymoon holidays more thrilling and enjoyable, we have endeavored in every little way to make your trip gratifying. Himachal honeymoon tour packages may be picked on the basis of trip duration. ...
... After many delicious morsels later and one too many glasses of champagne we move the the bar to enjoy yet more drinks.
At this point we all had been drinking for hours and things were beginnign to get messy. Glasses were broken, cigarettes were badly/incorrectly lit and discerning stares were goven by the hotel staff. It was definiteyl time to go or potentially be thrown out of the hotel.....
Thankfully the bad behaviour was not to do with me ;-)
... about the trip and the Pending To Do List.
One of the main subject of discussion for the kids was "How Santa will know where we will be on Dec 24th night ?". Some of the Amar Chitra Katha Story Books about Rajasthani Hero's were handed over the the PPGs.
Eventually after 2 hours of discussion, ...
... counter to get a ticket for the train the next day. After waiting in line, the bureaucratic idiot behind the desk refused to help us despite our pleas and promptly closed his window.
So we were stuck in Bangalore. Luckily we found a hotel easily enough, and the next day had a pleasant, if somewhat random, tour of the city. And since then, we've booked all our train tickets online...