Reach hosapete by early morning 6 (Boarded Hampi express from Bangalore) and from there hope on to a tuktuk towards hampi, which is 12km from Hosapete. Since it is junction all the buses and trains will halt here. And lot of commuting options to hampi are there ( if you want to go by public transport, bus facility starts from 7am and last bus of the day is at 8:30pm). And after a 20min tuktuk ride you will reach hampi, checking into your pretty stay ( if you are staying in hampi, I recommend Golden Garden cottage, behind virupaksha temple). Cheap and best stay and also walkable distance from the hampi bazaar and few temples, sunrise point also.
Itinerary for Day-1:
Go to Mathunga hill for sunrise
Come back to town, and have breakfast at The Brahmins cafes, which is in front of popular Mango tree restaurant ( I suggest the cafe as it offers best chai and idlis at very cheaper cost Rs.30 per plate) as you will be super hungry at excited for the next trip. Freshen up and rent a bicycle to explore hampi on peddles. It will be an awesome experience to peddle all around through dense planted banana and sugarcane plantations and taking a break and n between and calming your thirsts with nimbu soda and coconut water. You can cover Virupaksha temple, hemkunta hill, Krishna temple, Virabhatra temple, tunk shala, lotus mahal, Vittala temple, etc, as most of them are in complexes you can cover many temples on day1 and pls take care of your health, if you are not a good cyclist then plan accordingly. In between you can take a break at Green house restaurant at Kamalapur, as it offers best meals in between sugarcane plantation.