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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lindsay Kolkata (Calcutta)
This Hotel is in a handy location, situated near the New Market and is thus in the centre of the bazaar shopping area. Staff are very attentive and aim to please. The room has everything one needs and the restaurant on the roof-top is an absolute winner with a wide choice on the menu and a staff that go out of their way to please.. Highly recommended.
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Back in 2001, even though he had retired, my dad still turned up at the uni lab to carry out research. (Not much has changed 15 years later to be honest). He used to share the bench with a visiting post-doc called Bala, from Kolkatta.
Today i am meeting up with Bala for an inside view of the city. We hire a cab for a drive round - over …
Jeez it's hot!
After the cool ofthe mountains we head down to the plains.
We arrive into Kolkata at about 7am, just as crowds of commuters arrive, hanging out of the side of trains. Already at this time it is roasting.
The city has 17m inhabitants and a further 3m come in to work. That's a lot of peopl to move.
... became more and more irate, shouting "dink! Dink! Whisky! Dink! No food, dink!" Finally the manager came over and we explained that we wanted to eat first and then have a drink, but he simply joined in with the shouting, so we had to leave them both shouting "dink dink dink" and find another place. Luckily, next door had the exact same menu (cheap restaurants seem to share in India) so we ordered our food and had the best roti's to date (so ordered double) ...
... along the Main Street. The merchants are happy to see us and immediately begin showing us cloth. We tell them we are looking for single bedcovers suitable for children with appliqué of animals and children. We are successful and find some tribal designs as well. We are getting tired now and worried that we can not carry much more. Each visit we learn more about the history of textiles in India, its seems to go back forever. This trip has enriched our understanding and us ...
... beds and minimal cushioning for your butt to sit on, with prison like bars for windows) Where the hell is AC2?! Another side note – We've been able to secure a booking number or confirmation for all hotels in India, except for the one in Varanasi...which is our supposed next stop. Over the past month I've emailed them many times to reconfirm our room overlooking the river and pick up from the train station. The painful irony of it being us not showing up, and not ...