Bell Hotel and Convention Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fairly quickly despite not even watching an entire movie (Ghandi).
Bangalore airport is very slick and modern – must say I was very impressed. From the outside it looks quite small. The designers must have had their heads screwed on for this one, it only opened in 2008 and is expected to handle 20million passengers this year! I was originally expecting that I'd have to wager a taxi price war on arrival so the organised pick-up was rather welcomed. On finding ...
... his horn the entire distance and almost knocking down at least one pedestrian on the way. The traffic here is manic and we're not even sure the guy knows where he is going as he's already stopped to ask for directions and told us he's never been here before. Heaven help us. Amazingly, we arrive back at our hotel and can hardly believe the fare is only Rs227 (less than £2.50) - if only taxis were this cheap at home! We find our bags have been moved to the lobby so ...
... The Door to Hell was a large cavern which was full of poisonous natural gas that collapsed into a crater under the weight of the scientist’s equipment. Scientists wanted to burn off the excess gas underground, so they it alight. And as the matter of fact it’s been burning ever since.
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... crowded and we were hard pressed to catch a glimpse of the deity but managed to squeeze by enough people to have a look. The deity, whose shape is claimed to have been found naturally formed in the stone and the temple was hence built around it. The deity is about 15 feet high by 20 feet wide and probably about 10 feet deep and was covered in flower garlands and looked really impressive. From the temple at road level, we walked uphill about fifty meters to the ...
... taken to a local "Light" festival last night - something like 100,000 lites/mini oil lamps burning everywhere and visited inside their temple as well - in this tiny local village. These guys seem to love having picture taken so have some "interesting" shots - check back tomorrow. 2. Served lunch to children at a different village orphanage today. Shreyas takes lunch to them about twice a week; guests help ...