Indismart Hotel

Address: X-1, 8/3., Block EP. Sector-V, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, 700091, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on X-1, 8/3., Block EP. Sector-V, Kolkata (Calcutta), is near Howrah Bridge, Mandarmani Beach, Maidan, and Digha Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Kolkata (Calcutta)

    A few more days with the MCs

    A travel blog entry by partheymuller on Aug 13, 2014

    1 comment

    ... the corner as we are trying to cross. The red light for the first 30 seconds is just a suggestion. It is a hair raising experience that I have to endure up to 6 times a day.


    When we go to Shanti Dan, my service placement, we have to take a bus. Riding on a bus in Kolkata is also as challenging as crossing AJC Bose. There is a man who collects the fare by squeezing through the people on the ...

    Oh Calcutta!

    A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Nov 18, 2013

    90 photos

    ... li>South of the station was the Railway Museum, a fascinating collection of steam trains, a two-story model of Howrah Station and even a toy train ride!

  • Managed to catch another bus from the chaotic bus station outside Howrah Train Station towards Belur Math, a religious centre with some interesting temples, including the Ramakrishna Mandir, and a museum about the life and work of the famous guru.
  • Hopped on board a boat ferry up the Hooghly River towards the ...

  • Organic cotton weddings

    A travel blog entry by emilyhanne on Oct 01, 2013

    7 photos

    I will start this by mentioning that Indian plates are 5x bigger than American plates so no, you are not eating less, you just have a bigger plate. That is all.

    I wish I could tell you what has been happening ever since my last post. I really wish I could. But the days have all run together and my life here is becoming more and more normal. Have you ever tried writing about your everyday life? What would you write? I woke up... ...

    Sonja's trip (without Rohan, Nikhil, and Ducky)

    A travel blog entry by mn-kolkata on Aug 05, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... for India. I'll add a few pictures of the area. We didn't see any tigers on our trip, which was somewhat of a dissappointment, but the trip was beautiful, peaceful and a wonderful mini-vacation.

    Due to the group that went on this trip, Rohan and Nikhil weren't able to go with me. They had a fun time with their Aunt Mamta and Aunt Shaloo and Grandma and Grandpa that took good care of them while I was gone.

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    Plane Travel

    A travel blog entry by kellyandbrendan on Apr 21, 2013

    ... was almost no traffic, & we arrived in no time. I'm not sure if it was a holiday or a typical Sunday, but if Guwahati was always this laid back maybe we wouldn't have hated it as much.

    The airport was the opposite of massive. We were too early to check in, so we wandered over to the only restaurant in the airport. We ordered some parathas with curd. Of course ketchup was brought out as well. Every country we've been to serves ketchup with soup, ...