Grand Residency Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
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- Refrigerator in room
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... on Ohio time which was daytime.
Friday we got up late (no surprise), had lunch and left for a museum. Rads sister, Priya, and 3 year old daughter Svara. Which was perfect timing...as we learned a lot about the history of the city and country we were visiting and Rads was a GREAT tour guide as she is a very knowledgeable historian of her beloved country! We saw the stone elephant that was carved by the ...
... smog and made our way to our usual non palatial, but functional hotel to snatch a 6 hour snooze before hitting a Mumbai (Bombay) city tour.
We planned a comprehensive day but only actually achieved 50% due to hideous traffic. After a swift visit to Dhobi Ghat we completed a formal Mumbai Slums Tour. Dharavi slum was founded in 1880s during the British colonial era one of the largest slums in the world. The ...
... back until 9 pm so there is still a chance to get off afterwards. So with all these times and possibilities before us we set off for an early breakfast with thoughts of seeing the floating mosque this morning. Like so many other days however, this was not meant to be. As we arrived for breakfast, Martin met a fellow man flu sufferer, a really nice man originally from Yorkshire but who had emigrated to Australia. I sat there and ...
... of Swati Snacks, Mumbai's legendary fast food. The food was all vegetarian and unbelievably tasty! After eating we walked down a street which was a fresh produce market that had fabulous looking and colourful vegetables. Then we boarded a train, rode two stops and got off to see Dhobi Ghat, the city's largest open air laundry. This one was far larger than the one we saw in Cochin and the worker families ...
... to the next metro station - AeroCity - instead. 5. Always insist on taxi or rickshaw using a meter if they have one. This invariably works out cheaper. If they say "meter broken" find a new driver. This usually works wonders to fix the meter. This strategy seems to be less effective in tourist-infested areas of Delhi, however. 6. When in Delhi's Paharganj, rely on Everest Bakery Cafe and Kathmandu Cafe (a joint Nepali operation) for ...