Alpine Glow Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... absolutely nothing has descriptions so I've been playing it rather safe I think. However, crispy corn may be my new favorite thing. Fried corn kernels with some spices. It has quickly become a local go to for me. Also, all the bread products are great. I am in love with both naan and roti of various types. This is certainly not a place to come if you are attempting to cut carbs or anything like that. So, as I said, pretty uneventful for the first couple of weeks, but still alive over ...
... Meera had a quiet smile on her face as she heard Eric talk about how excited he was to go tomorrow, it was a smile that showed that looked like she knew something that Eric didn’t. Meera knew that the visits would change us, and she was as excited to see the change in us as we were to see the changes that had been made in the lives of those that HEAL serves.
We all walked down the concrete stairs to the first floor ...
Bounjour Mes Amis!
I bet you all thought that I had finished with France, but low and behold, I have rediscovered the French culture in Hyderabad, thanks to Anne and her friends! But, don't you worry; this past week I spent a lot of time exploring Indian culture too.
On Wednesday, Anne, Kalyan, and I went to Charminar, a famous war monument/mosque that is in the heart of the old city. Speaking of France, Charminar actually reminds me a lot ...
... other Americans from Tagore and asked them what was good and where to order and all that. It was only 35 rs for lunch! A big lunch. Rice, a bread thing (not naan), cauliflower, sauces. Yum. Lunch was an experience. You pay at a place where it's an older woman just sitting and mobs of people throwing money at her saying what they want. Lines don't exist in India. What is that?! I have forgotten. We pushed our way through to give her our money and get our slip for food. We then ...
... coming from.
Amidst my tearing eyes and somber face, Vandad taught me a very important lesson this morning. For those of you who do not know him, he was born and raised in Iran and is studying to get his masters in Artificial Intelligence. He has taught me so much about his country, the Persian language and in many ways, he has taught me about myself. This semester, he has been teaching me Persian and I have been helping him ...