Sterling Suites Residency Road
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
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... city and was laid out by the chief British engineer, Richard Sankey, in 1864. The park is full of wildlife, ranging from squirills to stray dogs and even has an aquarium on its southern limits. Just north of Cubbon park is Vidhan Soudha. This Indo-Saracenic architectured building was completed in 1956 and stands opposite the High Courts. They are building a second Vidhan Soudha right next to the current one. As a result, a lot of construction is going on around this ...
... asking questions. It got hard to leave sometimes. A lot of the times the classrooms are too small for the big amount of children. It’s normal to keep 40-50 children in a space of about 20m2. Sometimes there are no tables and chairs, electronics like computers and projectors are very rare.
But there is an alternative. Just little out of town you’ll find an expensive international school. For ...
... that I may dressed inappropriately, not following a specific mannerism, or just not following a custom.
I am leaving to the airport in about an hour, and am departing India at 3:45am. These were the last thoughts I wanted to publish while still in the country. I will be sure to fill in the huge, remaining gaps of my fantastic adventure when I am home once again!
India- it's been REAL- but I'm ready to brush my teeth without bringing a water bottle to the bathroom.
... to go on forever, this probably being because you had to dodge between lots of people and lots of scooters. We eventually found Bangalore fort which was unimpressive compared to some of the amazing forts we had seen previously. We took the opportunity to sit in the shade of the fort and work out where was next. We next found Tipu Sultans palace which was a nice Mughal style building where we sat and admired the gardens. ...
... ease and laugh. His first thing to do was to unpack his medication bag on his desk; I thought that he was never going to stop placing pill containers on there, anything from malaria mediation to sleeping pills. I went to sleep ready to experience India the next day.
I awakened early, got changed and then met with the group at the base of the apartment, it was a precious sunny day free of fog and a nice breeze that gave a feeling of freshness flow through the ...