Address: Next To State Bank Of India, Dona Paula, Goa, 403004, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Next To State Bank Of India, Dona Paula, is near Old Goa, Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Fort Aguada Beach, and St. Cajetan's Church.
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      A travel blog entry by edinburghb on Jan 27, 2014

      12 photos

      ... good. We had a pretty seamless transfer from Arambol all the way down to Palolem. We took a tuk tuk down to Mapusa followed by three buses to Panaji then Margao then finally Palolem. Except for the first bus being excruciatingly slow all the buses were cheap, clean and not too packed and sweaty. We had literally no waiting time between buses, either the system isn't bad or we got very lucky! The buses cost a total of 81p and whereas a taxi all the way there would have ...

      Goa and Hampi

      A travel blog entry by amijayne on Dec 07, 2013

      3 photos

      We arrived in Goa after a 12 hour train journey down from Mumbai. We were in AC Sleeper, which costs a little bit more and the only real difference is air con (which is actually just fans blowing warm air) and curtains that separate your bed from others walking past. We were staying in South Goa, a place called Benaulim, it was beautiful, as you will see from the pictures. Fields and fields of palm trees, with little roads that have houses painted ...

      Beginning of first times - Goa/India

      A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on Aug 22, 2013

      20 photos

      ... I found out during the rest of the day. The next days were filled food and sights. As Goa has only been part of India for about 40 years the influences of the old ruler, Portugal, are still visible everywhere. Old cathedrals in the jungle, little houses with Portuguese style porches, street names and even signs in the typical Portuguese tiles including the blue drawings. The names of the people range from Albuquerque (apparently typical Portuguese) to Singh. Sometimes it is ...

      A bit more like Goa!

      A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat on Feb 13, 2013

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... for that but this is definitely a dodgy stomach from something she's eaten. Three days on she's still not much better so we decided to leave the tree shacks for somewhere with a private bathroom - probably much to the delight of everyone else there! We decided to head to Candolin which is a bit further south with lots going on. Izzy suggested we ask the taxi driver to stop in Calangute to see if Nat's shoes were there. As the ATMs here are manned and indoors luckily ...

      Civilisation at last...

      A travel blog entry by crosby82 on Sep 01, 2012

      2 photos

      ... year old on caffeine. Just while we're floating, Indian packaging is so hard to open I don't know what they do to the crisp packets but they are impossible, sort it out Taj! Landed. Bags. Sorted It is hot in Goa but raining unfortunately we are now in the taxi to our next hotel listening to Indigo 91.9 with Ryan Seacrest playing the US top 40. Yes! I've been in the taxi that ...