The Centurion Hotel
Travel Blogs from Pune
... whose family has
been my rock in Pune and she one of my best friends. She has the most wonderful children andneighborhood for that matter! My yoga teacher Veba, my friends at Kalpavriksh (especially Meenal and Shiba), Chandrakant, Danishta and her family, my massage therapist Rangana from Burmaand Bhupendra the front desk guy at 4 Fountains, Siddarth the chief and ownerof Le Pleasir, the waitstaff at Archana’s in Tourshibaug and ...
The late night journey from the airport to the hotel was our first introduction into the wonders of India. Aptly described as 'London on acid', Mumbai's noise, colours, smells, heat and chaos create a hectic but brilliant vibe. Before even leaving the airport we witnessed our first car crash and were told, "In India, there are three rules on the road... Good brake, good horn, good luck!" The next day, waking up to a newspaper on our doors and free breakfast ...
Where do I begin? You must all understand that writing a blog is difficult for me. I'm not a journalist so it does not come easy for me to sit down and type. So my apologies for yet another delay. Since I last wrote I’ve had three visitors, a stitched up foot and another theft…its seems as though, something always happens right before my visitors arrive and today is no exception. My mother is supposed to be on a flight to Mumbai as I write but, ...
... and it was awesome! So sad we are leaving Sangam but excited for what is ahead!
Autumn: Pune Challenge. What can I say. It was so hard to ask people for directions. Lunch was delicious. I got soaked. Warli Art was hard. We went to Neewa's house and her husband and daughter entertained Georgie, Alyson and me. It was great. Today was wonderful overall.
... Sarah: Let me start by saying today was AMAZING! I had so much fun riding in a rickshaw with Sophia yelling "Don't hit that dog!" at the driver and Becca just being calm and saying, "It's their job" and me just laughing hysterically. It was awesome going to Bangle Alley with a rainbow of colors and every person yelling "Big Size!" at us because our wrists are bigger than the norm in India. I also got fitted for a sari and a punjabi which I ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service