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Review: Urby Passport Holder, your essential travel accessory

The importance of being organized if you are frequent traveller can hardly be overemphasised.  More so for a person like me who is generally anxious and suffer bouts of OCD, planning and sorting things before hand always keeps me in good stead.  Travel accessories are a great help when it comes to arranging your travel essentials… Continue reading Review: Urby Passport Holder, your essential travel accessory

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Royal Orchid Metropole, Mysore: an ideal combination of the classic and contemporary

As you enter the gates of the Royal Orchid Metropole hotel situated in the heart of Mysore city, you are instantly transported into a world full of charm, style and understated grandeur.  Originally built as the guest house of the Maharaja of Mysore, this 97-year-old building has been beautifully transformed into a heritage hotel and… Continue reading Royal Orchid Metropole, Mysore: an ideal combination of the classic and contemporary

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Royal Orchid Brindavan Garden Palace and Spa: luxury in the lap of nature

Brindavan Gardens Impeccably maintained lawns, manicured bushes, exquisitely crated fountains and lush greenery are some of the first things that catch your attention as you make your way down the stairs of the legendary Brindavan gardens. One of the major tourist attractions of Mysore since its completion in 1932, the beautiful gardens attract as many… Continue reading Royal Orchid Brindavan Garden Palace and Spa: luxury in the lap of nature

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Ciclo Cafe: of food, fitness, fun and more

An established name in Chennai, Hyderabad and Gurgaon, Ciclo cafe opened its doors to namma Bengaluru recently.  A bicycle themed restaurant, this unique chain is a venture of one of India’s favorite cycle brands TI cycles.  With an exciting cycle store, lip smacking food, quirky decor and a totally pleasant ambience it is a great… Continue reading Ciclo Cafe: of food, fitness, fun and more

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Cafe Mangii: authentic taste of the Mediterranean and Europe

If you are craving for a truly flavorsome and delicious continental meal, Cafe Mangii is the place to head.  With a presence in two premier malls in Bangalore, UB city and Orion Mall, Cafe Mangii has some delectable offerings predominantly in Italian cuisine. I recently visited the outlet in Orion Mall where in I thoroughly enjoyed… Continue reading Cafe Mangii: authentic taste of the Mediterranean and Europe

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GReat Trails, Kodaikanal: Ideal break amidst nature

Having experienced the best of GRT’s hospitality at GRT Grand on a personal visit to Chennai a couple of years back, an invitation for a bloggers’ meet by GRT, Kodaikanal had me all excited.  I am happy to say that brand GRT not only lived up to my expectations but pleasantly surpassed them, making my… Continue reading GReat Trails, Kodaikanal: Ideal break amidst nature

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Novotel, Airport Hyderabad: a winning combination of Luxury, Business and Pleasure

Whether it is a business trip or a trip with family, Novotel located at a stone’s throw away from the International airport of Hyderabad is the perfect choice.  A stay here offers you an ideal combination of luxury, convenience and relaxation. Apart from being the only hotel in India with Airline Kiosk for flight check-in, the… Continue reading Novotel, Airport Hyderabad: a winning combination of Luxury, Business and Pleasure

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Rasovara’s Mango Festival at UB City, Bangalore

The season of one of the most loved fruits, mango is soon coming to an end. But there is still reason to celebrate, the ongoing Rasovara Mango festival at UB city. Synonymous with serving a thali (generally refers to a traditional Indian meal served in a large plate) that is exquisite and royal, the fare only… Continue reading Rasovara’s Mango Festival at UB City, Bangalore

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Matsuri at The Chancery: Japanese food at its authentic best

Did you know that Japanese never make their guests sit with their backs facing the door? I too did not, until I visited Matsuri, at The Chancery.  It is here that I learnt, that, it is apparently considered disrespectful as it indicates you are showing your guests the door. My experience with Japanese food has… Continue reading Matsuri at The Chancery: Japanese food at its authentic best