City Point Hotel

Address: Khodadad Circle, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400014, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Dhobi Ghats, Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Gorai Beach, and Madh Island.
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      This Could Be Heaven or This Could Be Hell

      A travel blog entry by ronaldkane on Mar 04, 2014

      5 comments, 12 photos

      I have found my rhythm in this incredible city. I guess I call it urban hiking. I wake up and spend a couple hours to myself. Then I put on my knapsack, sometimes loading a favorite playlist on my cell phone and then I just start walking. I guess this is my journey.

      Sometimes I worry about getting lost and it is true, often I don’t know where I am. Inevitably, some kind ...

      Parting Observations

      A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Jan 29, 2014


      ... they commonly overfill auto rickshaws.

      The Indian head wobble is a real thing, has many meanings (with the main one being "okay, sure") and is healthily practiced.

      Making the "maybe" sign with your hand (loosely shaking it from side to side - kind of jazz hand style) actually means "no" in India. ...

      4 countries and 3 continents in 24 hours

      A travel blog entry by meclayt on Dec 21, 2013

      1 photo

      ... Then, all luggage and bags are screened and you must pass through a metal detector each time you enter the hotel. This precaution is taken because terrorists brought bombs and guns into the Taj hotel and holed themselves up for days while killing hundreds of people. So, it is a hassle but certainly a necessary one which I didn't mind at all. So, i rested up so that i could do some sight seeing as well as start the wedding festivities which would go on for 3 ...

      A handful of tips

      A travel blog entry by bzmot on Aug 31, 2013

      ... 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 ...

      Welcome India!

      A travel blog entry by krasy8 on Apr 10, 2013

      37 photos

      ... our conversation to be kept to absolute minimum, return his smile, thank kindly for the stamp and move on to pick up my luggage. Just behave as everything was in the best possible order. I guess the guy was hoping for the same as that was exactly what happened. Not a single word about return ticket!!! FANTASTICO! I went straight to baggage claim area and looked for the belt servicing my flight. It broke like 7 times before I could see my backpack but finally I got it and could exit ...