Fariyas Hotel Mumbai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFariyas Hotel Mumbai Mumbai (Bombay)
Nice hotel very near the Gateway of India and the Marine Drive, but their staff at breakfast service should be more alert.
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Bombay, also known under the locally Mumbai is the most populous city in India and the fourth most populous in the world with a population of about 14,475,568 inhabitants.Numerous buildings in the Old Town of Bombay are constructed in a regional derivation of the historicist style. Two of the monuments, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Railway Terminal and …
Met the group of 12 and tour guide NUN (name not vocation). All in the bus and off to elephanta island. Through the India gate and onto our luxury boat! We were the attraction, lots of stares.
Visited huge rock cave dug out by hammer and chisell by budists approx 3000 years ago.
From the boat we had views of the cbd and the naval fleet. …
Good flights over, unfortunately an extra hours delay in Kuala Lumpur due to 13 passengers not boarding -had to take their luggage off. We appeared to be the only Anglo saxsons in our cabin area. We were so popular one of the hosties gave us a bottle of french champagne to take with us.
Electronic processes in Mumbai airport were minimal. …
Our second day on the houseboat was very relaxing and we even had some rain in the afternoon. We got to pass the Church where St Chevara was baptised and we got to join the hundreds of visitors to his birthplace home in a small village. It was all decorated and had lots of information about his life. In the afternoon we got to visit Lily's mum's …
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On Friday we had our last day in Mumbai. We decided to book ourselves on a tour as we didn't have much time left to see all the things that we wanted to. The tour was in an a/c car, bit of luxury, although stepping out of the car and back in to the heat makes it feel even hotter!! We were rather amused that the car had seat belts (first ones we have seen in a while) but no buckle to fasten them in to?? bizarre. ...