The Residence (Bangalore)

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, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, and Athirampally Waterfalls.
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Travel Blogs from Bangalore

Goan to Bangalore

A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Mar 30, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... aligned to the British (High Court), colonial architecture
iii) centre / head office of many businesses ..... even Kingfisher beer !!
iv) the further you travel from the city's centre, the more "typically Indian" it becomes. That is, more crowded, higher dwelling density etc.

We reached the hotel (Hotel Iris). Another fine choice and very comfortable. It is in the central part of town and near the commercial hub. Our first ...

Last Day at Parikrma

A travel blog entry by elliepreece on Apr 30, 2013

5 photos

Not only was it the last day of Summer Enrichment Camp, but today was also my last day working at Parikrma. I have been there for just over 2 months, and the school as a whole taught me a lot. I volunteered in a number of classes and got to know quite a few of the students, so it was a slightly emotional day!

We started off the day marking the English tests while the children played upstairs with two of the other volunteers. I wasn't ...

Agricultural crisis and fightng back

A travel blog entry by magicmems on Aug 18, 2012

... is emptying
and the cities' slums are sprawling. anyway, so the farmers in debt up
to their eyes, watching another crop fail, are now deciding that they
cannot face more failure, debasement and humiliation in the face of
corporate lies and the state ignoring it's farming poor. (the state asks
- "how will we feed our growing population?" but before seeking an
answer from the small farmers who cultivate 80% of india's arable land,
they plough ...

Planning the trip

A travel blog entry by drivenshoot on Sep 13, 2011

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... four days, hence decided to take the flights. Jaipur was decided to be the entry and exit point.

Low cost airlines are a boon for the budget travellers. More so for us. We booked our flights as early as 2nd July 2011. This enabled us to save good amount of money which we can splurge on some other things while on the road. So, the trip was indeed happening. We will take the flight to Jaipur on 22nd Dec 2011 and fly out of Jaipur on 3rd Jan 2012. ...

Watson Saves Australia the Blushes

A travel blog entry by tptechnology on Mar 17, 2011

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... I realized that cricket was a pretty big deal here in India. In fact, cricket might be called the Indian national pastime if it weren't for that honor going to "bickering over politics". Bill the politico has become so engrossed in India TV news that he is considering a run for a seat in India's Parliament. But I digress. Cricket is quite the intriguing game. An American could think of cricket as baseball only with a harder ball, a bigger bat and no ...