Hotel Pan Asia Continental
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Pan Asia Continental Kolkata (Calcutta)
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... his desire to help me locate my bag, organize a cell phone and in any other way he could. He also had daughters who had went to school in Canada and you could tell his heart empathized with me. I decided to extend my stay for one last night in the luxurious hotel i've been in until I sorted a few things out. After that, I made my way to the "Quest Mall" in a jovial effort to buy some clothing and other essential items. From the areas that I have walked ...
... departures hall I checked the baggage allowance for my flight and quickly did some repacking to move the heavy books out of my carryon into the extra allowance in my checked bag. When I went to check in the line was quite long but not far in a jet airways lady came asking for people going to Hong Kong and pulled us out of line to check in on another side with open counters. The one guy was just opening a new desk so I waited for him but this was probably a mistake. It took a while ...
... there. Known for its rich literary and artistic heritage Kolkata is also referred to as the cultural capital of India. Kolkata is famous for its love for traditional dance, theatre, classical music, poetry and more. Kolkata has been the birthplace of some of the most popular literary scholars of the country. The city boasts of a number of art galleries, cultural centers, heritage buildings and museums. ...
... drinks" ...we strolled around Calcutta some more, saw many flags and parade preparations for the National Holiday on Aug 15 but because of a simple misunderstanding missed the actual parade. Oh well, next year will work too. ...full of hope and good spirits boarded the night, non A/C train to Varanasi (having properly locked our bags first, as the guidebook says trains into and out of Varanasi generally teem with ...
... in the cab whilst someone hoisted it up and changed the tyre, with the cab driver looking on calmly sipping a cup of tea, before we eventually got going half an hour later. Take booking train tickets as another classic example. We tried and tried to arrange tickets to Darjeeling (where we hoped to spend Christmas) but online tickets don’t work because (a) you need an India phone number to register and (b) even once you sort that out with help, you ...