Hotel Gulistan

Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    Bombay Mix 14/04/15-15/04/15

    A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Apr 14, 2015

    23 photos

    ... an hour to get through the mad traffic to our hotel. We love first arriving into a new country and taking in the first views. India was like no other and was an assault to the senses- the smells, sights and sounds were overwhelming! One such were the views of the slums that surround the airport which were absolutely massive with over 60% of Mumbai's population still live in slums! Getting to our hotel (Elphinstone Hotel) we were a bit surprised, from the outside we ...

    1. Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 15, 2014

    36 photos

    ... insert SIM card, call a number and confirm details specified in step 12
    19. "Phone number will be activated in 15 minutes sir"

    I thought this was resolved, though it took another couple of hours in the morning to traipse around 3 separate mobile phone "galleries" (booths on the street) before the issue could be resolved.

    It turns out that the man at step 19 had neglected to put any money on the phone..

    Now, I must pause for a moment.

    The ...

    Mumbai, India

    A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 25, 2014

    30 photos

    ... operators' manually pulled tiny wooden Ferris wheels. The waterline though was where it kind of changed though. On the waterline a dark sludge of raw ****, bags and rubbish graced us, to the point where the smell got too bad and we left the beach goers to it. After another awesome meal ('Taste of Kerala' in Fort, for anyone that's going - doesn't look much but food is great) it was the end of our ...

    India - Mumbai & Udaipur

    A travel blog entry by gazburn on Oct 25, 2013

    42 photos

    ... dogs roaming the streets, homeless people sifting through rubbish and a different, often disgusting, smell on every street. By the time we finally got to our room it was about 2.30am, exhausted we entered a fitful sleep with the crazy sounds of Mumbai in the background. In the morning we couldn't wait to go and sample some of the local food. The local cafe did us some garlic naan and mushroom tandoori for breakfast and we took a walk around town in ...

    Slumdog Millionaires

    A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Jun 02, 2013

    ... they were still upheld in their respect. The dogs….the dogs were all stray, yet they belonged. Allow me to elaborate, all these dogs were street dogs by definition, but due to the fact that they were an everyday presence in junction with the bustling everyday crowds around them where they shared the street with the same dozen shopkeepers and paan spits everywhere, they actually shared a sense of camaraderie. So much so that they ...