Horseland Hotel And Mountain Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHorseland Hotel And Mountain Spa Matheran
It was quite expensive.
The food was good but room was not hygienic.
The hotel has easy access to market.
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... was a roasted sweet potato with some salt and curry powder on top which was pretty tasty. Next was some Mysore masala dosa with a coconut sauce and a garlic sauce, it was pretty good but I could have done without the beets inside. Next was a fruit called chiku or sapodilla which I thought tasted like caramel. From there we sat down in a sort of restaurant for a Portuguese dish which was made to keep the cotton mill workers fed at lunch without being so heavy they got tired. It ...
... grip.There are 23 million people in Mumbai. 8 million people ride public transit daily to the ever increasing Islands of wealth in a sea of poverty, They seem to all come together at the train stations.
... Palace, Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghats, Marine Drive, Chowpatty Beach, Elephanta Island and Crawford Market amongst other little bits too. We walked around a lot of both Fort and Churchgate and Colaba, both much more pleasant than areas further north. The highlights for myself being Elephanta Island and its history of Caves and carvings. The Dhobi Ghats from above but also our brief trip 'in' to... (purely because I got told off for ...
... tiny ones especially got to me - very hard to just turn away but we had to.
Mr Papa drove us all round Mombai stopping at various famous places. We saw the Museum (formerly the Prince of Wales Museum), the Hanging Gardens, Victoria Terminus (railway station), Ghandi's House, a famous Portuguese church, numerous Government buildings including the police station which was very old and colonial looking, and just about everything else ...
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