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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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... away. We headed to the zoo, and arrived drenched with sweat (as is always the case in India), so were relived to find an area that was full of greenery, shaded walkways with strong capable trees and a beautiful clean (!) pond in the middle. We had an unusually high number of starers here: I get stared at all the time and people bump into me on purpose on a regular basis to try and touch me, but the percentage of people intrigued by us at the zoo was very ...
... the direction of Park Street, known for its cafes and the huge Oxford bookshop, past crumbling old Raj era buildings. I wandered through life lived on the footpath - circles of men playing cards, workers sweating over huge frying pans at makeshift food stands and small boys crouched down over the gutter rinsing out plates, women cooking and babies crawling outside small huts made of plastic and tin. Plans of a celebratory slice of chocolate cake at ...
... com There had been an Exhibition in Kolkata in 2014 "Colours of Nature" to give the public a chance to understand the significance of the Botanical Survey of India (BSI) archives. Sutra's intention is to create awareness of the urgent need to implement proper conservation methods for safeguarding vast collections of archival textiles held in museums and other institutions around the country. They are fearful that modernisation means old traditions are being lost ...
... on Trip Advisor and so we entered bravely. Food was very good – chana batura and bread toast. The waiter was very cheerful and was giving us recommendations on different food items that we should try out at his restaurant.
We took a taxi and reached Sealdah station by around 7.30pm. Our Kanchan Kanya Express was to depart from platform no.9A at 8.30pm. Took a few pics and settled down in the train. ...
... in an overall relatively conservative state government.
Kolkata isn’t really very touristy at all – very, very few European faces. This made us somewhat of an event– people stared at us open-mouthed as we walked past, and every few minutes someone would ask to have their photos with us, a very strange feeling. In the new market area (where Tracie successfully bought herself three tailored sets of Salweer Kameez outfits) ...