Garrison Tourism & Travel Guide

Route march through streets of Bangalore in homage to its past as a British garrison town Play at playground near MG Road metro station Milkshakes for dinner on MG Road Rickshaw back to hotel, kids to bed, adults to curse at unexpected lack of wifi Overnight in central Bangalore Mum and kids to Government Aquarium by rickshaw Dad stayed at hotel to wrestle with wifi and prepare for the wedding ceremony, but mostly to wrestle with the wifi Room service lunch together at the hotel Clothes shopping in afternoon Sangeet in evening (Mum went early to have mehndi which will not stay there forever applied, Dad brought kids along later) Return to hotel by taxi at the insistence of our host, who advised that rickshaws were best left to daytime, and overnight in central Bangalore Early start for wedding ceremony for Dad Mum and kids drank pre-bought mango lassis (stored in fridge) for breakfast, engaged private vehicle and driver for the day with the help of reception and joined Dad at the wedding venue Ceremony, followed by lunch Homecoming ceremony at Bride’s parents’ house Back to hotel, shower and change for evening reception Evening reception Overnight in central Bangalore Sleep in, breakfast, pootle about hotel, pack for mother-son rail expedition KC Das Sweet shop, Church St, Bangalore (hat tip vinoddsa again) MG Road Metro station playground This bullet point is supposed to say “Bangalore Palace” but instead it says “Rickshaw back to hotel to wash vomit out of everyone’s clothing after merry-go-round incident”....

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Ain Sefra, founded as a French garrison town in 1881, experienced a traffic-stopping snowstorm in 1979....

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