Hotel Manama

Address: 221/225, P. D Mello Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400001, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, Diveagar Beach, Botanical Gardens, and Bhandardara.
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    From the sun to the city

    A travel blog entry by jane.oloughlin on Jan 19, 2014

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    ... long taxi drive to my hotel prompted a little new buzz of excitement. We flew in over some incredible mountain ranges, and it was surreal to see the huuuuuuuuge stretch of the slums next to the runway. There's something I love about being in city traffic, especially in a new part of the world. I think I love the idea of being anonymous in a city the size of the whole of Australia's population. Tomorrow's plans are working out how to get into a Bollywood film ...


    A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik on Feb 16, 2013

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    The time had come to take our first bus, and frankly we had no idea what to expect. We decided on a bit of a baptism of fire and had booked a 18 hour overnight sitting (the buses have seats on the bottom and then there are enclosed bunks immediately above) ticket. Our pick up was one of a few so the bus was nearly full when we got on. We found our seats, squeezed in and proceeded to make a den out of our copious amounts if luggage - we ...

    Bombay Mix

    A travel blog entry by steffandcat on Oct 03, 2012


    ... dirty place we realised that there was more to Mumbai and the city had a pulse. We couldn't get over the traffic - rickshaws weaved into spaces that wern't there and buses, lorries and motorcyclists adding to the symphony of a hundred horns. In India the horn means everything - "I'm here", "I'm overtaking", "I see you", "I'm changing lanes erratically", "I'm annoyed at you" etc.  Our favourite experience in Mumbai was going to Dharavi slum, but sadly or fittingly ...

    Blog 7

    A travel blog entry by falon on Jul 11, 2012

    ... the country's capital of Delhi, Agra is known for many things-- petha, its local overly-sweet delicacy; the Agra Fort, the most renowned and important fort of the motherland; and a mausoleum, of which the motivation for construction was none other than pure heartbreak and strife. I was soon to embark on a solo pilgrimage, with the now comfortable and homey Mumbai at the beginning and the mysterious Taj Mahal awaiting me at the end. My experiences attained while getting ...