Grand Hometel, Mumbai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hometel, Mumbai Mumbai (Bombay)
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... morning. Continuing walking north and you come to Mangaldas Market, with lanes of fabric and sari sellers, Zaveri Bazaar for jewellery and gold (over 65% of all gold sold in India is purchased here) where many women haggle over the price of bangles, necklaces and anklets for upcoming weddings.
Eating in Mumbai provides flavours from all over India. You can dine like a Maharaja but the street food really is the best. Thalis are a lunch institute ...
... was excellent. We were given a ticket with our taxi registration on it so there was no way we could make the same mistake twice. Just having that ticket in our hand have us a shield, not one person approached us offering a lift!
The streets were chaotic. Cars fighting for space, scooters nipping in and out, but there certainly weren't any cows causing a road block. The honking of horns was incessant - was it really unnecessary. I was ...
... of my Day is annoying the airport staff. I keep walking into the souvenir shop, asking if they sale souvenirs from any country but India. There not getting the joke i think i may be banned, Am Buzzing for my next destination. Gunna tear up south east asia *************'t be reading another boring blog like this for a while. Love to ...
... you’re spoilt for choice on every corner. Whole different story here, I took 2 taxis, a mile walk and some advice from a Pani Puri seller before I managed to find a little hole in the wall selling booze. Basically people would walk up to the counter, chuck a note at the seller and he’d hand them a bottle in return. It seemed to be mostly taxi drivers getting mini bottles of whiskey (good to know, explains a lot). I asked if ...
... of him. Settle Sue in the Mcdonalds with a coffee with the bags and off I go searching for a place to stay. Mumbai very expensive, but LP comes up trumps with Oasis Hotel. £15 clean and wholesome and a telly. We are right by the old Victoria Central station (looks like Paddington, same architect ). Out we go for walk. Get a train to the Crawford Market area and jewelry bazaar, need some retail therapy. Normal Manic Indian evening, but Sue has ...