Delhi Darbar Mogul Palace

Address: Khadak Building, 20 Dontal Cross Lane, Off Yusuf Meharali Road, Masjid Bunder East, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400009, India | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, Diveagar Beach, Botanical Gardens, and Bhandardara.
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    India - Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Jun 01, 2015

    99 photos

    ... late. Bunk beds were in rows of 2 and 3 levels high in each open compartment. I was in one of the top bunks. Sharing with me was a family of 4 and an elderly lady whose luggage i'd helped take on the train. After hours of trying to sleep and boredom (being on the top bunk, i couldn't see out of the window), i got talking with everyone. The ice was broken by the old lady, who offered me a sweet and thanked me for helping her earlier. They were all so nice and once ...

    Curries and Spice and all things nice.

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

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... but take the opportunity to go hang out the doors like some of the locals, great fun until you almost knock your head off with an incoming signal pole – safe to say the Indian safety regulations are alive and well.

    After our return trip to Dadar and back we made our way back into the Ballard Estate to have lunch at the famous Parsi restaurant Brittania and Co; fans of Rik Stein will recall his visit on his Indian food adventure a couple of years ago. It was ...

    Parting Observations

    A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Jan 29, 2014

    2 comments

    ... could ever want to know about the product being sold.

    Shopkeepers in India are expert at the up sell.

    There are at least three power brown outs per day in every town in India.

    Indian men love their facial hair. Mustaches of all shapes and sizes are sported here with pride.
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    A sari, a phone, and the night train...

    A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Oct 30, 2013

    ... make a proper matching one should I want to do so.

    On the train... what an experience! So, here's how the train works for the 3 tier sleeper: the bottom bed is the seat, and the middle bed is the backrest for the seat until you choose to suspend it from chains that hang from the 3rd bed. The 3rd bed is the one to have-- it is high out of the range of prying eyes and is always a bed. Rainuka, you were right- get the top bed. We did ...

    My time in India has come to an end

    A travel blog entry by hayleyford on May 10, 2013

    ... the norm to feel someones belly in your back when queuing or a camera in your face without being asked because personal space doesn't exist in India. The constant beeping of horns and noises can be grinding. It's ironic because I wouldn't describe India as 'shanti' (Hindi word meaning peace). Instead it's loud and intrusive. It seems the general mentality is 'everyone for themselves' and if it means pushing, stealing your seat, cutting you up on the road or not giving the correct ...

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