Hotel The Sojourn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... headed by Mother Teresa. Another day-trip took me to the Marble Palace. Built in 1835, this opulent mansion, as its name suggests, is built by using over 100 varieties of marble from locations all over the world. It contains the private collection of Raja Rajendra Mullick, a Bengali merchant with a passion for collecting works of art. The mansion is now a residence for his descendants. Entry is free but you need permission from the Ministry of Tourism prior to ...
... tying up loose ends, booking final flights for the next leg of our trip, when we head over to South East Asia for five months. We had a final supper and spent a crazy amount of money (£10!) on beer and gin, and of course, a curry. Spiciest masala yet - a lovely end to the trip here in the "City of Joy". After 8 weeks, we are happy to be moving onto the next place, Myanmar, to learn about a new way of life, trial more food and see more beautiful sights. GB ...
... Calcutta is a huge bazaar for all roads, everybody sells something in this metropolis, and there is much vivacity. There are still the old rick-shaw with poor men running barefoot and sometimes they also carry three people.Many roads are forbidden to them to avoid accidents and slowdowns.I have also entered the cricket stadium of the Eden Gardens even if the mstch had just ended, and maybe I'll see tomorrow morning at 9 am a new ...
... to try flag down a taxi... This would have worked if the taxis wanted to take me, which for some reason they didn't here... I ended up walking back to the station and found a rickshaw. They work very differently here, only driving set routes, so I had to share with three other people to a bazaar, and then change for another rickshaw, only the rickshaws here didn't want to take me where I wanted to go! In the end I asked a local who put me on a bus, which ...
... the Victoria Memorial. A beautiful marble building dedicated to Queen Victoria, we finally managed to find our way ust in time for sunset. We only payed to tour the extensive garden- so we didn't actually get to venture inside the building- but this place is massive and we had a lovely time touring the expansive gardens surrounding it. We laughed at the thought of how many babies must be conceived here- since this ...