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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Regency Hotel Mumbai (Bombay)
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... around me get fed up and start shaking their head as well as receiving some solid slaps to the face, the whole thing seemed to get a bit old for them and we would just end up looking at each other laughing.
When bed time rocked around everyone was super prompt in arranging the beds. At 9pm I was sent up to my upper berth and the pull out beds were made. I opted for upper berth for as I thought opting for non AC would mean a hot night...wrong!! The fluorescent light above my ...
... frustrating when he eats some delicious street food and then doesn't know the name and can never find it again. We had 10 items total; puffball snacks that are filled with chickpeas and sweet and spicy sauce, cracker-like pastries topped with veggies and more chickpeas (Indians love them some chickpeas), buttery bread dipped in a sauce made of a variety of veggies (tasted just like tomato sauce), a chicken sandwich (doesn't seem very authentic but wasn't ...
... the train was scheduled to depart. The man at the information desk told us final seatings would be available at 4pm. At 4pm he told us they would be available at 5pm (just 1 hour before the train departed).
At 5:15pm my refreshing of the online booking website confirmed that we had seats on the train. At 5:30pm they published the final lists in the train station (they print out giant lists with everyone’s name and berth number on them). The ...
... me some good advice as I've told earlier. One that is really sticking with me is the power people can have over you. Say you call me ugly or I call you ugly. Now I feel bad or I make you feel bad or angry or whatever emotions... But that's mind control isn't it? Why let someone have so much power over you? The day you can just be at peace with your mind and soul, you are free. How cool is ...
... University building which has lots of cricket pitches, unfortunately flooded from yesterday's rain so I couldn't show off my batting skills. We then stopped at a statue of Gandhi (hopefully don't need to explain who what is) then on to Marine Drive where we stopped at 'kissing point' - think the driver was hinting at something.... We then carried along the beach and saw thousands of pigeons being fed on the beach, apparently a religious tradition, these were alongside ...