The Senate

Address: G Block, Diamond District, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560008, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the HAL Bangalore International Airport area of Bangalore, is near Belur Temple, Caruggi District, Dolceacqua, and Lungomare Argentina.
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      Starting the Journey

      A travel blog entry by plawanrath on Mar 11, 2014

      ... to Ajmer and jaipur, Udaipur might feel bad! But then I thought if I go from Mumbai to Udaipur, then I would pass through Gujarat! And I wanted to see Gujarat. I wanted to get a sense of why o why is the entire India so MODIfied. So in Gujarat Surat was an obvious and easy choice as I had a friend there and Surat is easily accessible to Udaipur too.

      Then, in a few hours I scrambled Indian Railways for tickets and once they were done, I was ready to ...


      A travel blog entry by acres_wild on Mar 22, 2013

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      ... soon full of Europeans, which I think came as quite a surprise for Narmada's parents :) What came as a surprise for me was seeing Nicolas there - another fellow student from Reutlingen who lives in Finland now and whom I haven't seen for 6 years or so... There were some snacks and drinks and soon everyone was mingling and chatting (mostly in swabian! :-D ) and the atmosphere was very much that of a party, only at daytime and without alcohol, as Bennie said. As Narmada ...

      Devanahalli Fort and Tipu's Birth Place

      A travel blog entry by umakant on Mar 13, 2012

      ... temples on both sides of the highway. They are beautiful and worth visiting.
      Nandi hills is also on the same direction. You have to go 2 kms further on the National Highway and then take a left turn for Nandi hills. It will be a good idea to combine Devanahalli fort in your Nandi hills trip and first visit the fort while going to Nandi hills.

      Shamrocks and Sixes

      A travel blog entry by alandjoan on Mar 06, 2011

      ... and pushed the Indians much harder than we in all honesty expected they would. They can be very proud of that performance. I have been to a few cricket grounds in my time including the first day of a Boxing Day test in Melbourne, but  if there is a better place in the world to watch cricket than in India then I quite simply do not want to know. The atmosphere was electric, the fans are incredible and they are also very gracious winners, which is ...

      17) Skandagiri : 18/7/10

      A travel blog entry by karthikprabhu03 on Jan 01, 2011


      ... s place… one the other guides told… haha well tat was kinda achievement too .. he called us up and said he would go further along with some other people… we ...