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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Once inside we found our seats. We were just in front of a bunch of girls and as soon as the film started they were screaming. In fact everyone was screaming and wolf whistling as if it were a Beatles concert. I’m surprised that the floor stayed dry. The main characters seemed to be well known because as soon as they made their entrance they were received with roars of approval. Every time they danced they received the same reward. It just seemed like the crowd took every ...
... room thankfully. The rooms themselves are clean and modern but not huge. The shared bathroom situation wasn't bad at all, there were 4 toilets, 3 showers and I never had to queue. These were also super clean and modern, best shower I had in India. The 4 floors up was the only negative, if you hadn't already got your sweat on in the humid heat the climb ensured you soon would be! We also got some of the best service here, ...
... cemetery we saw a sign at the back of David Hall, gallery and café We had a nice cold coffee there. The David Hall buildings opposite the Parade Ground is what remains of the three houses built by the Dutch between late 1670s and 1690s. They used some of the material from the Portugese churches that they demolished. It housed the Dutch commander of the garrison. The structure was called David Hall when it was bought by the Jewish Koder family, who lived ...
... not dubbed in Hindi. The episode must have been chosen for us - it involves a legless, beggar man, Sadu-mystic from Mumbai who is invading people's bodies and murdering them in the process. This mystic has the ability to disappear in front of ones eyes and re-appear elsewhere. It's all very gory and frightening. Finally Sculley shoots it...phew. But then, two weeks later, we see him back in Mumbai airport on his squeaky wheeled platform, begging...eeek, we'd better watch ...
... couple of small 'take-a-way' places next to each other. So we had Indian toasted sandwiches and pizzas for lunch. We tried the cooking from both places and the food was very good.
On the way back up to the temple, Yi Ping bought some fruit from one of the street vendors who had to ask a school child to interpret for us.
All our walking ...