HILLTOP HOTEL MUMBAI

Address: 43, Sir Pochkhanwalla Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400030, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Worli area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Dhobi Ghats, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Gorai Beach, and Madh Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    Last day in India

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Mar 09, 2015

    3 photos

    ... skills. No picures are allowed to retain the dignity of the families. I was impresses by how hard the people are working to better themselves but horrified to see the terrible living and working conditions. I've seen enough. We leave on a 1:20 am flight tonight and I can't wait to get back to the US.

    We have some time to kill so we visit the High Court of India. The courts are in a ...

    God had another plan. Slums and fishermen's wives

    A travel blog entry by charvet on Nov 25, 2014

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... a dad that has done so many different things, helps. I would just tell them, "My father has done this"..... And I was in. The Muslim man making the Hindu house temples was pretty reticent, until I told him that my dad makes furniture. Then, we were off and running. This really paid off when we went to the fish market. My camera battery died pretty quickly, but I wish I could have taken lots more ...

    The home of Bollywood and the great soul

    A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 06, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... if you still haven't guessed we were in the Bombay home of Gahndi, and we were more than a bit pleased about it too. During the long and often painful struggle by Indians to free themselves from British rule Bombay was a centre for activists and as such Gahndi was often here. The house was large and in a nice part of town with wide streets which are tree lined and filled with nice homes, but they were not mansions. He lived, worked and slept in one room, others were taken up ...

    Mumbai and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by jamesdebra on Feb 12, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... to the train station to sit and read for a little while longer before boarding our 11pm train. It was a long day of reading.

    Before I go I have to have a q1uick rant about the traffic here in India. People in Auckland think the traffic is bad because when lots of cars are on the road it gets full and you end up sitting in a traffic jam (neatly in rows). Here there appears to be no road rules. The lane markings mean nothing, no indicators are ...

    A Change of Scene

    A travel blog entry by rosanaghhall on Aug 21, 2013

    ... Dengue fever being more prolific than Malaria in the monsoon periods in Mumbai. We then met the Dean of the medical college who is another very famous man due to the number of cataract operations he has done- I can't remember exactly but it's a LOT. We were ushered in to meet him and have a photo and then ushered out just as quickly, I think he was as bemused as we were, and then went for a cup of Chai and a tour of the rest of ...