ITC Windsor, Bengaluru
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Got in at 2:30 a.m. Met graciously by hotel driver. So many "greeters" with signs with folks names on them. Always wonder how they can spot us out of the arrivees so we don't have to look through all of them! Guess there aren’t that many white folks :).
Breakfast buffet to die for! Even my oatmeal and warm milk! I think they cover …
The hotel is amazing! rooftop pool, grass roof, 100% rainwater??!??!?!?!??? its crazy.... went for breakfast this morning at the hotel, then went swimming... very cool! Showered, got changed nicely to go to the TR X office that my dad had to go to and that is where im doing my schoolwork.... so ya!!!!! CRAZY TRAFFIC here.... So after MANYMANYMANY …
Not sure if Bangalore is still the same now vs in 2001. I have heard that this city is so crowded now and would look very much different, considering in 2001 the place is very rural and peaceful. Dont forget to pass by the Shiva Temple where you can see the very tall statue of their god shiva. Also, visit Bannerghatta National Park - Its actually a …
After 2 days of full time touristic activity, we decided to take our time on the morning and attend the wedding reception of our friends Sukriti and Rajesh in the afternoon.
We spent some time swimming in the pool, spa and massage. A lady came to our hotel to do a hand henna known as mehndi for me. I waited for 2,5 hours before washing it ...
... off from vehicle traffic and thousands more than the usual crowds join the big street festival until the wee hours of the morning for two consecutive nights. We entered the temple grounds, left our footwear at the stand to collect later, and made our way in. There were quite a few monkeys hanging around in the trees and I made a mental note to sling our camera across my shoulder so it couldn’t be snatched away by a mischievous monkey. Being a Sunday, it ...
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