Raj Palace Hotel

Rex Chambers, Opp. Indira Dock, Red Gate, Ballard Estate, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400038, India | Hotel
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India - Mumbai & Elephanta Island

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... were honest with us. We refused to stay and left. It was not so quick because somebody stole my shoes so we spend maybe 15 minutes by looking for them. Finally a 14-year old boy appeared wearing my tiny flip flops. They didnīt even fit him! He apparently didnīt care and took whatever was available no matter that it wasnīt his or his size.

We kept walking around Colaba for more than one hour. We were not very lucky. Most of the rooms were missing basic things despite ...

Sights and sounds of Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by bevbag


... seems like chaos to me. Went to have a look at the "Monkey temple", a long steep walk up to the top but well worth it. As you would expect, there are monkeys everywhere. A cafe at the top served good cold beer and great steamed momo or dumplings. The view over the Kathmandu valley is spoilt by the thick haze from the fires that are burning through the valley. The next stop was Durbar Square where these are lots of old old buildings and the home of the "Living Goddess". ...


A travel blog entry by tomandlouise


... all day giving us a good soaking as we were determined to carry on no matter what! He took us first to Old Goa, the old capital abandoned in the 1600s after a bout of malaria and cholera. We walked around the ruins of St Augustine and the Basilica of Bon Jesus Church. We then visited three Hindu temples; Mangueshi, Mahalsa and Shantadurga which were interesting. After we got the driver to take us to a spice plantation. As it is low tourist season we were the only two in the ...

Goodbye Rain

A travel blog entry by rhodri27

... bus journey was a fantastic experience and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The
busses provide a pillow and blanket along with curtains to close your
compartment off ready for when you want so kip, I managed to sleep the majority
of the 14 hours.

Once in Mumbai the driver decided he couldn’t be ***** to
wait in rush hour traffic and ordered us all off the bus at the side of the
road on the outskirts of the city, thanks to a ...

Some more sightseeing in the big city

A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat


In Mumbai for the second day, we'd decided to move on from Colaba as there wasn't much else to see. We took a cab up to Chowpatty Beach and walked around looking for a room. This ended up being harder than anticipated as there was a surprising lack of accommodation for a sea front. Eventually we found a place which was another strange one. Called Sea Face Guesthouse (you couldn't see the beach) it was one corridor in the 3rd floor of a building with strange ...


This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near The Bombay Store - Mumbai, Flora Fountain, Shivaji Park, and Rajabai Clock Tower.
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