Cowie's Hotel

Address: 15 Walton Road, Behind Bata, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Gateway of India, Colaba Causeway, High Court, and Deccan Odyssey.
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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)


    A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Jul 09, 2015

    1 photo

    ... used railway stations in the world and is an architectural landmark of great influence. In the Elephanta Islan at he entrance is the main tourist attraction, one of the most outstanding examples of the Hindu sculptural art. This is the famous Trimurti: Lord Brahma (the creator), Lord Vishnu (the condom) and Lord Shiva (the destroyer of the universe). According to others, this sculpture Trimurti represents three faces of Lord ...

    Curries and Spice and all things nice.

    A travel blog entry by 0wley on Mar 31, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... not too dissimilar to St Pancreas back in London, a real marvel of architecture. We walked in, headed straight for the ticket office and got a ticket out of town, to a place named Dadar – it cost a whole 1 return, and that was First Class. Now before you marvel at the first class reference let me make sure you know this isn’t the western world we’re used to – I’ve attached a photo but the First Class standard in India is a world of ...

    Parting Observations

    A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Jan 29, 2014


    ... home in.

    Indians love to wave at passing tourists.

    Indians rightfully love Gandhi Ji. Every city in India has either a Mahatma Gandhi road, a park dedicated in his name or a bust in his image.

    Everyone expects a tip, even the guy who asked you to take his photo.

    Indian ...

    A sari, a phone, and the night train...

    A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Oct 30, 2013

    ... people came over to us to help, and when I said that I was interested in looking at saris, we were immediately ushered upstairs. There, the door was closed to keep in the A/C, and we all took our shoes off and sat on futon mattresses on the floor, while one shop keeper and 2 assistants started spreading fabrics of all colors of the rainbow across the floor. It was like sitting inside a crystal bowl full of light and water. I had no idea ...

    My time in India has come to an end

    A travel blog entry by hayleyford on May 10, 2013

    ... are great to watch India's landscape change from dry desert to lush mountain to green paddie fields to slum filled cities. People put their fingers so far up their nose I feared they might loose it. They burp, **** and spit so close to your feet you get splashed. Indians seem unable to say no, and I still haven't mastered what the head wobble means. But I have established that it normally means one of the following: yes, maybe, no - but I don't want to tell you that, go on, I ...