Bell Hotel and Convention Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... knew of somewhere. Bangalore is vast so it has to be close to work or easily commutable. We saw a range of places from the lowest of simple dumps to really quite nice(well). Water seemed to be the main issue. Most of the places only received water on alternate days (meaning most people fill up buckets on the days it’s running for the day it’s not). Rent is pretty low, especially if sharing. I could have taken a 1BHK (bathroom, hall, kitchen) for around INR 7,000 ...
It took about 4 hours to travel from Mysore to our hotel in Bengaluru. I continue to be amazed at the sights on the road - quite a good distraction from the bizarre dodgem- style driving style. Bengaluru used to be called Bangalore - it was officially changed in 2006 but most road signs still point to Bangalore. This is a big city containing more people than in ...
... at 1230. You need to cue up early, as this place gets full quickly. Customers sit at large communal tables. Barefoot and dhoti-clad waiters paraded through the restaurant with large metal buckets full of a particular dish. ...
... dress all well done I thought. Oh as an aside it seems a number of places in India like this place require you take off your shoes. I also had to do that at the Shiva Temple.
The pictures from today are from the car on the trip to the restaurant and of the restaurant hopefully they give you a little feel of India as I am seeing it. Oh and as to the title with travel time and time to eat it was close to 3 hours but it was a great time with the team. Also at the restaurant ...
... tomatoes and washing sweet potatoes for the market the next day. We stayed in an outdoor hut that was built for wwoofers. It was a bit difficult getting to sleep the first few nights as it's basically like sleeping outside. Over the two weeks we were working on the peanut harvest (learned that peanuts grow in the ground which shocked us) which seems to go on forever, a ragge (not to be confused with the popular music genre but its ...