The Chrome Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chrome Hotel Kolkata (Calcutta)
Nice hotel with spacious and comfortable room. I love the food, breakfast buffet and dinner at the hotel restaurant. Friendly staff. Recommended for Business Traveler.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Chrome Hotel Kolkata (Calcutta)
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We finally got to start volunteering 4 days after we arrived in the city.
We have mass at 6am every morning at Motherhouse, followed by the simple but filling breakfast of bananas and bread. (it really is filling, I don't know what they put in the bread) we have a group prayer, (which includes a song-prayer, which is so simple, yet somehow one of the most beautiful parts of the day.) and then Sister ...
... call to mosque", it's Morocco all over again! Dozed to around 7ish, had a rather cold shower as no hot water in the hotel (quite refreshing as it was very muggy outside), then set off into the madness of downtown Calcutta!
... Masum. I certainly don’t spend as much time with her as I do others and I wouldn’t even consider her my favorite but I find myself finding similarities between us that I attribute to our relation only to remember that we aren’t actually of the same blood. But it’s true that blood or no blood, we do share some important things: an Africa-shaped birthmark in the same place on our legs, the enjoyment of ...
... baggage and souvenirs so that my backpack is nearly manageable and certainly lighter than it was.
Kolkata is a real mix of cultures and values . The local paper reported that only 2% of women breast feed here as they appear to have been brainwashed that breast is not best by people like Nestle who want to sell their baby milk. The daft thing is the women beggars with children are begging for you to buy them milk formula ...
... expected good karma coming our way, we were wrong as a 20hour train journey to Calcutta turned in to a 25 hour journey, typical Indian railways. To make things worse there wasnt a pantry carriage, meaning if we were hungry we had to swiftly hop off the train when it pulled into a station, grab a few samosas, pass them through the window to eachother and push your way back on before hearing the bellowing horn. With no time to spare we ...