Hotel Nagina

53, Dr. B. Ambedkar. Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 027, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Parel - Sewri area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Dhobi Ghats, Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Madh Island, and Mahalakshmi Race Course.
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    Farewell India

    A travel blog entry by srwinterburn on Mar 01, 2014

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    ... the SA though is that it is right across the road from Starbucks which is open from 7am-1am and has free wifi! Without wifi at the hostel each evening it is full of people from across the road charging phones and using the valuable internet! It is also close to the main landmark of the Gateway of India which was built for when King George 5th came to India, it is very impressive and also the port from which to visit Elephanta Island which I did a few days ago where caves have been ...

    Parting Observations

    A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Jan 29, 2014

    2 comments

    ... they commonly overfill auto rickshaws.

    The Indian head wobble is a real thing, has many meanings (with the main one being "okay, sure") and is healthily practiced.

    Making the "maybe" sign with your hand (loosely shaking it from side to side - kind of jazz hand style) actually means "no" in India. ...

    Great days in Cochin

    A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on Jan 08, 2014

    21 photos

    ... of the forts in India it was built by the Portuguese, this one in 1523. The Dutch captured it in 1663 and reduced it drastically in size and added a weapon depot. They used it as an outhouse to guard their trade ships. The ruins of the original fort show that the walls were more than 50 centimeter thick and made of laterite. On the initiative of the Muziris Heritage Project excavations are taking place that unearthed VOC coins from 1748 and 1753 and a ...

    Mumbai - chaotic city- loved it

    A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... walking the market stalls and shops in the city.

    This was when we really saw the heart of Mumbai, you could say - the good, bad and the ugly side. Everywhere there was evidence of extreme poverty, beggars everywhere , especially anywhere where tourists might be. Their tent like hovels, and run down buildings were plentiful with many more sleeping on streets, including many young children and babies.

    Although we were advised not to give to the ...

    Mumbai and Maharashtra

    A travel blog entry by chris_and_laura on Apr 04, 2013

    7 photos

    ... cities in the world. Then we went back to our hotel and remembered! The following day we caught a train from Mumbai to Aurangabad. In our compartment there was a very friendly chatty man who asked about everything from religion to economics in the UK. He was very interested in our culture and it was nice to have a proper conversation with someone who didn't have an agenda of wringing money out of us. The main reason for staying ...