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TravelPod Member ReviewsFloatel Hotel Kolkata (Calcutta)
Unique experience of floating on River Ganges ... watching the passing ferries and fishing boats in the morning.
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... to head back to the hotel for lunch, a swim and a relax.
Sunday lunch at the Hyatt was fantastic. A buffet of great Indian food washed down with a couple of Kingfishers. Not cheap but what the heck. A swim in the magnificent pool, a quiet read on a deck chair. A lovely way to spend an afternoon.
Love staying in Club rooms , cocktails and snacks served from 6 to 8. Gin & Tonic, tasty food, a great way to end our first day in India.
... 8230;I took the picture of the Brahmakamal. We noticed few more Brahmakamal on the way. At last we reached Hemkund Sahib. It was 12.55PM. We spent almost 40-45 minutes to enjoy the weather and scenic beauty. At 1.40PM, we started for Ghangharia. Shoumitra and Sujoy reached the hotel almost an hour ago by me. Subhranka was 30 minutes ahead than me. My energy level was into zero, specifically in negative; I took rest and reached at hotel at 5PM. That's actually the end of ...
... two new quilts in this design one in indigo thread and one in a grey thread both on white cotton, I am absolutely delighted. I also have a few cushion covers made in the same design and I find another Warli panel at the Shantiniketan market which I intend to sew myself, maybe a border or panel on a shirt, I am not sure. It seems the serious textile merchants have secured whole villages to produce modern textiles for their city boutiques and at the same ...
... disappointing from outside, but we were still hopeful about the interiors, and the room did turn out to be quite spacious and clean.
Our next job was to find a place that would offer us dinner. We thought of grabbing some quick food by the roadside. But the hotel guy told us to go to ‘Hotel Anarkali’ that served good food and not eat any roadside food at that hour. It was about a 10-15 minute walk towards ...
... and eggs. The service was exceptional though with every whim catered for! On leaving breakfast we headed out to see what was on offer. Wandering the streets of Calcutta was definitely an eye opener. We followed the map but nothing was as it seamed everything is run down and landmarks not as they would seam. We wandered round the old areas where the British Dutch and Armenian first set up areas known as the ghats. When we realised we were the ...