Transit Living - Old Airport Road

J-07 Diamond District, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560008, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the HAL Bangalore International Airport area of Bangalore, is near Caruggi District, Belur Temple, Dolceacqua, and Lungomare Argentina.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangalore

    A bike ride - Tranz Himalayan Journey....

    A travel blog entry by journeytopeace on May 16, 2014

    20 photos

    ... through Himalayan Express Way, for a moment we will think that we are not in India, because of the perfection of the road. Neatly organized and super smooth tarmac on the winding road was really a pleasure full experience for me. It extends for 80kms up to Shimla. As I was there in Shimla for the first time, I got disappointed as I haven’t seen any snow capped mountains other than the rush Mall road. As I am from Bangalore it irritated me and for ...

    Trip to Chikmagalore

    A travel blog entry by santhuraja on May 06, 2013

    17 comments, 12 photos

    ... we went to Chickmagalore’s chat
    street. We ate almost everything available from
    “Uddina Vada” to “Nippat Masala”. Star of the Trip
    "Black Dog" arrived Saturday late night and the party
    began. Once the drinks came in, Party gathered pace,
    Music started to bombard us, Dialogues came in
    abundance and Mimicry was at its best . ...

    Gaining a new perspective

    A travel blog entry by bengalurubrit on Aug 13, 2012

    1 comment

    ... local ways of talking, accents, and idioms. I’m actually one of the best people to ask about where the closest pharmacy is, or locksmith, etc. because I’ve been reading every sign I pass. I’ve also picked up on the British words that get used regularly here, that many people assume are Indian terms or just English. For example, many people use the term “chap” instead of guy, “flat” instead of apartment, and ...

    21 ) Pearl Valley (Muthyala maduvu) : (10/9/10)

    A travel blog entry by karthikprabhu03 on Jan 04, 2011

    ... juice and went inside the restraint and started having lunch with a huge stick in our hands to shoo away the monkeys . ( it was about 4:30 pm)And for the 1`st timers they ...

    Nandi Hills

    A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jan 23, 2010

    131 photos

    ... in our spirit, wondering
    what it be like, to take a plunge, to fly.

    The hills are
    frequented by tourists, but is a permanent abode to the hundreds of
    monkeys who thrive on the surrounding natural flora and fauna, and also
    on unsuspecting tourists, like us..

    Through out the trekking on
    the hill, we were very careful to open any eatable. We had to bribe the
    monkeys nearby with something, and then only we were able to have a ...