Hotel Gulistan

196/ Lamington Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400007, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tardoo area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, The Mall, Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, and Taraporewala Aquarium.
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    Journey of a life time.. Cycling Mumbai~Goa

    A travel blog entry by dipen on Aug 14, 2014

    3 comments, 88 photos

    ... been a happy guy & always is the life of a party as his excitement rubs off, Has clocked 10,000km in 2 years & does his BRM regularly, Mentioned that he wanted to cycle to Goa.. I really didnt know how difficult it would be as the only route that I take every year to go to Goa the Only Ghat I get is Lonavala & Amboli.
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    Mumbai and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by jamesdebra on Feb 12, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... previously (Elephanta, Aurangabad, Ellora), but to be honest we were starting to get a little sick of caves – they just seem to like to carve the same few gods over and over. The Ajanta Caves were Buddhist caves. At some time these caves had been completely covered with paintings, however many of these paintings have faded or fallen from the walls and as a result were very patchy. Finishing up at these caves we caught a bus back to the junction and ...

    Streets of India

    A travel blog entry by meclayt on Dec 21, 2013

    4 photos

    ... t have traffic signals. Red lights are randomly obeyed. Pedestrians cross the street at their own risk and is literally like playing "Frogger" to get across. Vehicles come within a half inch of each other and this is perfectly acceptable. In fact, if you don't push your way into an opening, the guy behind you will honk at you for blocking traffic. When turning a corner and merging into oncoming traffic, you literally just go and make your own space in the flow of traffic.
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    A handful of tips

    A travel blog entry by bzmot on Aug 31, 2013

    ... juices and momos. Finding good value with a smile in that area borders on impossible. 7. Due to crowds (1.2 billion people, remember?) you will only be let into an Indian airport with a valid ticket and only up to 4 hours prior to departure time. It's worth remembering that. You can be accompanied by family, in which case they will need to purchase a visitor's ticket. Yes, you heard me. In Bombay this costs roughly the equivalent of ...

    Elephanta Caves

    A travel blog entry by jsca on Mar 24, 2013

    3 photos

    ... hill there are women walking around with metal jugs of water on their heads. They step directly in your path and plead with you to buy some water from them. "Water! Only one quarter! Water!" Just be sure to mind the parasites... or stick with your bottled water. The caves are incredible. It always blows my mind to think about how something so glorious was crafted entirely by hand. The caves are a cool respite from the sweltering heat ...