The Residence (Bangalore)

Address: 30/1 2nd Cross Ulsoor Road, Ulsoor, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560042, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 30/1 2nd Cross Ulsoor Road, Ulsoor, Bangalore, is near Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Innovative Film City, Athirampally Waterfalls, and Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
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A Colourful, Chaotic Culture!

A travel blog entry by shannond on Jun 03, 2015

4 comments, 28 photos

... get a guided tour through this 48 room palace. Staci, Aaron and I are more than the token white folk. Staci is a skinny, tall lady, Aaron is a larger white male and I’m blonde. We must’ve been seen coming from a mile away as a guy that worked there for some reason (tips!?) gave us a guided tour around the palace while everyone else had to wear headsets. The most interesting part of it to me was this barn like structure attached at the ...

Let's head for the hills

A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 04, 2014

12 photos

... 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 ...

Malleswaram Flower Market

A travel blog entry by npacadia on Dec 04, 2013

15 photos

One of the older sections of Bangalore famous for its large street trees is Malleswaram. The area also has some lovely temples, lively street shopping, and very colorful markets. Last week, we took the bus there and came across the most vibrant flower market.

Performing puja or worship is a very important part of the lives of many Hindus and an essential part of the ritual is offering flowers to their various gods. So on many street corners, you see small stalls and ...

Indian, not African Massage ;)

A travel blog entry by elliepreece on Feb 25, 2013

2 photos

... meant a lot of eating (but nothing Indian) and a lot of socialising (but not with people from India)

I am hoping to start my volunteer placement on Wednesday, so that will mean less lounging around, and more "hard work" and I may also have found a footie youth league to help out! really hoping I can pull that one off, as it would be awesome to be able to play while I'm here, i think three months is a little to long to go without it! ...

Seatbelt Not an Option

A travel blog entry by gonzalogirado on Jan 26, 2012

... the front of the seat of the Jeep I instinctively reached over my shoulder looking for the seatbelt only to find it stuck, and I had to get used to not having the reassuring feeling that years of training have given me of wearing the seatbelt. This is part of the India experience; you will not get a green light to cross the street, there will not be a set price for anything, the rickshaw drivers will rip you off, sometimes more than others, and you won't be sure if the food that you ...