Transit Living - Old Airport Road
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... had a big mountain to climb...and so did i..to get mid innings food!
Which I soon decided to give up on as the crowds were ridiculous and I couldnt get near the rice stall for people standing on my flip flops and I thought before I get wrong with someone I'll get back to my seat and grab a samosa on the way.
The second innings started and Strauss looked imperious. KP failed to impress but Belly did well and things we moving along ...
... down the block. For most of the time were were there, that one was also full.
By the time we were done, we were pretty exhausted as today was a very full day. Knowing that we also had a full day ahead, we retired to our rooms to get clean and go to bed. That is when I discovered that there was no hot water in my room. Too tired to call the front desk to complain (especially since I hadn't been expecting it anyway) I just took a (short) cold shower and went to ...