Arya Nivas

Address: 270/286 Kalbadevi Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 002, India | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Bhuleshwar - Dhobi Talao area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Botanical Gardens, and Bhandardara.
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      ... long taxi drive to my hotel prompted a little new buzz of excitement. We flew in over some incredible mountain ranges, and it was surreal to see the huuuuuuuuge stretch of the slums next to the runway. There's something I love about being in city traffic, especially in a new part of the world. I think I love the idea of being anonymous in a city the size of the whole of Australia's population. Tomorrow's plans are working out how to get into a Bollywood film ...

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      ... odd sight. On the way to the boat, Louise who is alway trying to avoid dogs/rabies at all costs ended up getting licked by a wild dog who creeped up behind her, erghh!! With Tom still poorly we went back to the hotel after the boat ride and slept until check out. We got some lunch in the hotel restaurant which was on the roof and gave excellent views of the whole city, the Ganges in the distance, people working, children playing, cricket matches, monkeys climbing and cows ...

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