Ramada Navi Mumbai
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Ramada Navi Mumbai
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Navi Mumbai
Travel Blogs from Navi Mumbai
And it begins...
Am flying to Delhi today to embark on a journey of a lifetime like they call it. A journey to the country's most violent and most serene state, a journey to the land of shikaras, a journey to the majestic Himalayas.
Its a road trip on the highest motor able roads in the world. Thanks to Mahindra for opening up a world of adventure through off roading for me. It would be an understatement to thank my employer just for that. Pretty much everything ...
Garcinia Cambogia too Approach to drop the weight At this present time!
Garcinia Cambogia Extract is the greatest way to lose weight and not
using a energy at all as well as to be free from numerous strain in addition to
make positive changes to well being and as well , mental health condition to a
greater extent.Are you having problems with overeating? Considering under
pressure and/or feeling hopeless?Garcinia cambogia ...
... that soon set in. I also had two kids somehow using my leg as a pillow! For the remaining 7 hours I managed to sit on my bag in the isle but it meant that every bump we went over (and there was a lot!) my back would crash against a pole. Unsurprisingly I didn't sleep!
By the time I reached Lucknow at 4:30am my back was a mess. But still, from here I knew I'd be able to get a train directly to Varanasi. I got my ticket and waited on the platform for the ...
... in the sky due to the epic air pollution.
Rounded the day off by meeting Ian, a Scottish photographer who told how he'd had all his film taken and been beaten (not badly, still far from ideal though) while working in Cairo.
So, to sum up Mumbai, it is really really busy, think London but dirtier and way hotter (how they cope when the temperature hits 40 I don't know - it's a fairly pleasant 29/30 at the moment). There are ...
... result, evening meals often consist of a visit (actually visit(s ) from one of these fur mangled creatures, clearly well practised in the art of heart string pulling expressions. I thought I would find it annoying. Surprisingly I don't. In fact I have a new appreciation for them. It's got to be a tough gig. Roaming the streets and guarding territory against numerous other competitors whilst trying to survive on morsels gleamed from holidaying tourists or leftovers ...