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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiplomat Hotel Kolkata (Calcutta)
The staff tries to do everything to satisfy their customers. They cleaned the floor and changed the towels when we asked for it. The room 18 was very big and quiet. No hot water though. Good location. Recommendable!
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... and one little boy kept balancing a chewing gum on top of my camera bag then running away! I'd give it back and he'd sneak it back on my bag again! It was basically a game of hot potato! Maja and I bought chewing gum and balloons off the kids and then they stoke one of the balloons and hit us on the head with it! It was really funny and we paid for the entertainment more than anything! I think the children had fun too :) Anyway, gotta go as Maja and I are up early! ...
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4. A covering letter on a business letterhead from your employer/company stating your position and the length of your service and no objection certificate for the planned trip to Switzerland/Schengen countries, mentioning the dates and the purpose of the trip.
5. If an applicant is submitting the applications of his/her family, then all applications must have a copy of the covering letter.
... school in which we are spending some time. It is a large, imposing, faded, jaded colonial style building subdivided into a myriad of tiny rooms of which one is ours for the next few weeks. It is very bare of furniture and there is no hot water and a thick layer of dust lays everywhere, for Kolkata is a very dusty city. There is one small plastic stool so we take it in turns to sit down. There is an overhead large ceiling fan, which we keep on constantly and two single hard beds. ...
... the Indian Museum. It was full of ancient statues, fossils and rocks... not really our cup of tea as there was no interaction. In the afternoon we walked to Victoria Memorial, a building dedicated to Queen Victoria. The gardens surrounding the building were huge and well kept. When leaving a group of boys wanted a photo with us, and when we asked ...
... building at the time of the commonwealth games. Rows and rows of high rise, we weave in and out of traffic, dodgem cars on ice skates. My PTSD kicks in, I put on my sunglasses and close my eyes, only slightly unhinged but the continuous sound of the hand on the horn is unnerving -‘blow horn’ say the painted back of trucks. Oh the ****in trucks!
And then we arrive after passing much farming land, long way ...