Days Inn Navi Mumbai

Plot @ L1 Sector 19 Palm Beach Marg, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400705, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plot @ L1 Sector 19 Palm Beach Marg, Mumbai (Bombay), is near Elephanta Caves.
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

1) Mumbai - The Most Mental Place on Earth?

A travel blog entry by adamandharriet on Aug 20, 2014

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... that were just simply baffling. Things that, had they occured at home, everyone would have slowed down to stop and take pictures of, yet here they just blended in to the tapestry of chaos that surrounded them. Men striding along the road with huge pallets of apples balanced only on their heads. Cows and bulls in the middle of the road, who seemed to have an intuitive sense of where they are headed; completely immune to the horns and the ...

Panjim to Mumbai

A travel blog entry by johnsmetana on Feb 19, 2014

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... the ridiculous small seats. Luckily though it was only a 50 min flight for the 500km voyage North. As we descended into the smoggy Mumbai skies it became evident just how massive this city's boundaries reached. An interesting mix of big city scrappers and slum dwellings seemed to go on forever. The airport was huge, a lot bigger than I was expecting, and all the familiar western brands of shops lined the airports corridors and although it sounds strange, it ...

Great days in Cochin

A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on Jan 08, 2014

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... of the forts in India it was built by the Portuguese, this one in 1523. The Dutch captured it in 1663 and reduced it drastically in size and added a weapon depot. They used it as an outhouse to guard their trade ships. The ruins of the original fort show that the walls were more than 50 centimeter thick and made of laterite. On the initiative of the Muziris Heritage Project excavations are taking place that unearthed VOC coins from 1748 and 1753 and a ...

Back to Mumbai for our flight out

A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Sep 05, 2013

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After a relaxed time in colva beach we had to catch our very last overnight Indian train towards Mumbai. Once we arrived in mumbai our hotel had no idea we were coming (our trusty travel agent had forgot to advise them). Thankfully they had a room for us but we could not check in until our agent paid the manager (very frustrating and unprofessional). To kill time we went for a walk to see the gateway of India. On the way to the ...

Munnar

A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik on Mar 14, 2013

... the scenery on the drive to Munnar was simply stunning and with warm temperature but cool breeze in our face the whole thing just was lovely. Munnar itself is a place built around tea (quite literally). The whole place was originally singularly concerned with the manufacture of tea and hence it is surrounded on all sides by miles of gorgeous tea plantations. We stayed in a great little hotel that had free coffee and a ...