Carlton Hotel Mumbai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCarlton Hotel Mumbai Mumbai (Bombay)
Right behind the Taj Mahal palace in the easy to get around area of Colaba this is an ideal place to stop if you want to roam around Mumbai. The rooms do stink but the fans and the TVs work.
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What a cool way to travel! We got into the coach and felt the beautiful AC! Each bed was a little cabins with curtains covering the 2 metre double or single bed, and it was the comfiest mattress we have had in the country. We felt like kids on a school trip as the coach pulled away and we were sat cross legged in our bunk excited to arrive in …
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Security at the airport was very tight. We had our bags screened a number of times: personal searches and passport checks. All the result of the Mumbai terrorists' attack in Mumbai in 2008 (?). It reminded me of my South African experiences. Machine guns, automatic rifles and mean looking ...
... br> I am going to start charging.
Anyway a hot walk back & on the way we travelled through many makers & yes we didn't get through unscathed.
We saw our first Maca's so went in for a cold drink, Ice cream & cool air.
Well that was another battle anyway all good.
Got back to the hotel & had snacks for dinner & a night in front of the TV.
Confucius say… by the time a man is wise enough to watch his step, he's too old to go ...
... it tonight". Also called the tour company man and I told him that we thought someone was going to be picking us up from hotels and trains & also mentioned Pappu being a sleepy not very good at English driver. He didn't really care, he's got his money. Went for a walk and to a cheap vege restaurant, Matt had his first dose of dosa. Dosa is one of those massive pancake looking things with curry stuff inside. We got 2 samosas, 2 papads, 2 1ltre ...
... grabs a plastic bag and starts to fill up our takeaway of paya for breakfast the next morning. Iram and I watch as he mixes up our dish with the type of knowledge that comes from years and a family business of making this type of food. I’m really happy that places like this still exist in Mumbai, not just because I get to eat in them. As with every fast paced city, parts of Mumbai are indistinguishable from any other city in the West be it LA or London. ...