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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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Great flight from Heathrow to Mumbai. Because we had to sit apart on the leg from Calgary to Heathrow we got upgraded to high economy class. Very acceptable wine, a menu for the main course, and lots more legspace to go with the more comfortable chairs. Even a USB plug in the seat for recharging the phone. We arrived 25 minutes ahead of schedule.< …
... pass !! We were given a handful of luggage tags to put on our carry-ons … thank you .. but I’m not falling for that trick again !!
We approached the Security area and I told the guy who checked our passports and tickets that I had bottles of water. "No problem" he said.
Wow … just like Sri Lankan security !!
Then he said, “where are the luggage ...
... line-height: 15.86px;">It was during the year 2001, that people evidently noticed the White Rann and later with aapro Narendra Modi along with the Government of Gujarat recognising this place as a probable tourist destination, the Rann Utsav was conceptualised. The Government of Gujarat brought out tenders and Lallooji an event company from UP - the lowest bidders were handed over the reins of the event. Initially a month long event this culminated from year 2, into a ...
... we had no idea where we were going. FFU. (family **** up) . We walked for ages - girls boggle eyed, and didn’t find anything. then eventually decided to get a cab into Collaba - southern central tourist area where all the shops/tourist stuff is. The traffic is a bit like a massive dodgem ride particularly at junctions - tuc tucs, cars, lorries, buses going in all directions, peeping their horns all the time, and near misses of a few cm every few minutes. Taxi tiny, ...
... it got stale as the crush of traffic was slowing us down to a standstill. At times we didn't move for what seemed like ages, so we decided to pay the 55 rupee toll to cross the “faster” bridge. That decision was looking smart for awhile, until we hit another traffic jam 10 minutes later. All in all, it took two and a half hours to get to our hotel – partly because of traffic and partly because our cab driver got lost several times and had to continuously ask ...