Transit Hotel

Address: Nehru Road Extn, Near Domestic Airport, Vile Parle East, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400099, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Near Airport area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Daulatabad Fort, Chowpatty Beach, IMAX Adlabs Theater, and Falkland Road.
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      Mumbai and Goodbye

      A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Dec 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... and finally, the
      magnificent and futuristic Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. All around us were contrasts: huge wealth close by extreme poverty; the futuristic technology of Mumbai’s airport rubbing shoulders with the rickshaw; the colourful saris of the women as they entered
      the dark, threadlike alleys of the slums.

      As we stepped out of the air-conditioned comfort of the Lalit into the stifling humid warmth at 4am on ...

      Getting the maximum of my time in the maximum city

      A travel blog entry by plawanrath on Mar 12, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... now this station is nicknamed Monkey Station as its full of monkeys!!) and after passing that the train passes through the Khandala hills before entering the tunnels that take us to Mumbai. The sights are really amazing..

      Mumbai, was more of a stopover for this trip than a destination, but I managed some interesting stuff here too. The thing is I reached Mumbai at 8pm and I had to board a train to Surat at 7 in the morning. So I had to make the most of the ...

      Mumbai Madness

      A travel blog entry by curious1 on Dec 21, 2013

      20 photos

      ... how the extremely rich are right alongside the poor. I'm surprised there has not been a revolt.

      At the Hanging gardens, we got a lovely view of the Queen's necklace (Marine Drive) and also got a very disturbing description of why the hanging gardens exist. They are not hanging, per say, but are covering a water reservoir. The reason they had to cover the reservoir, is that one of the religious groups, the Parsis, leave their dead to the elements, so that the ...


      A travel blog entry by deano-webby on Nov 21, 2013

      1 photo

      ... were still open so we could easily hang out whilst going along, Webby didn't let me though. There are doors on Indian trains but they never close hem due to overcrowding and the heat. My first few questions to Asim were pretty much, how safe is this food going to be? Will I miss Mumbai by sitting on the toilet for the next few days? And yes, in my usual subtle fashion, that's how I asked the question! He replied that they have done their research ...

      Mumbai and the start of our Indian adventure

      A travel blog entry by bogdan88 on Apr 02, 2013

      5 photos

      ... which we were more than happy to. So at 8:30pm we met him outside the store and we asked him to take us to his local, as soon as we walked in it was clear that we were the first white folk to ever venture in to that joint! Shree informed us that as an unmarried Hindu, his family don't allow him to smoke or drink, not that he was going to let that stop him tonight as he swiftly bummed a load of fags off the waiter and got his lips a round cool bottle of ...