Landmark Hotel

Address: 36F Topsia Road, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, 700039, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 36F Topsia Road, Kolkata (Calcutta), is near Howrah Bridge, Maidan, MP Birla Planetarium, and Indian Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Kolkata (Calcutta)

    Kolkata, curry and con-men.

    A travel blog entry by james.foster on May 31, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... and much pointing and arm waving he returned to the car with news. 'I am sorry sir, the roads ahead are all closed because of the festival starting tomorrow. Your hotel will be shut now.' Festival? We had heard of no festival, and the hotel had not mentioned any problems when they confirmed our booking earlier that day. 'No problem sir, I will take you to a phone to call them.' A minute later we were outside a 'government travel agent' and another man, ...

    The loyal workshop

    A travel blog entry by chrissy.vivian on Jan 18, 2015


    I thought I would dedicate this blog to share a little about the people we are serving. We are working for a couple called Sarah and Paul who are kiwis and have just started a knew business. Four years ago they moved here with a 2 yr old and 12 wk old son, they learnt the language Bengal and started to create relationships with the women living in the red light area called bowbazar. Free set works in another red light area with approx 10000 women working in the ...

    Kolkata - last stop India

    A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Aug 18, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... getting our bearings and having a bit of a look around Lindsay Street, which is next to the covered bazaar that the British built back in the 1860s, we settled on a small cafe for some paneer butter masala (what else!) And some veges. I have to admit we have not suffered with dodgy bellys (other than the one that came with the bug) but in fact slightly the opposite! Not enough fibre!!! Anyway probably too much information. In the cafe we met an Australian teacher, he ...

    Mysore, Goa, Varanasi & Calcutta

    A travel blog entry by ryanmatthews_01 on Jan 09, 2014

    10 photos

    Mysore: Apart from the German girl, all of us travelled together to Mysore which was welcome as the journeys can get quite monotonous and playing the same games with Ami does have it's limit... As we were only in Mysore as a stop over to get to Goa for Xmas eve, unlike the others, we did not get to see as much as we would have hoped to. That coupled with the fact that saints were playing on the tv that evening. We did, however get to go to a local market and bazaar before the game, ...

    Confusion of time

    A travel blog entry by joancauldwell on Oct 28, 2013


    ... returned by 12 noon, I decided to set off on my own. The reception desk gave me walking directions and off I went.

    Part of the journey took me trough a densely populated pavement area - lots of stalls and lots of people buying. Weaving my way through I somehow acquired a young man who thought I needed a guide. We walked together to the Oberoi, at which point he told me that he would wait outside for me and take me back ...