Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... spend my whole time in India in Goa it's that amazing, but so glad and happy for the experiences I had to see the rest of this huge country. We now are about to arrive back in Mumbai which is like hell compared to Goa... for one night only then onto THAILAND very early in the morning, I can't express how much I want to be on that plane right ...
... all snacks we had bought on our way. This place was very smelly and consisted of lots of big blocks of run down flats and more teeny houses all squashed together in long rows. There were a lot of eunuchs in this area too. To get there and back we used the train - this is the first time I had used the train in India and it was better than I thought it would be. Thankfully our train wasn't too busy. We didn't hang out of the open doors during the journey ...
... I didnt know the chant but the music has stayed with me-- a ceremony to the river and the wheel of life and rebirth. The hindus believe that by bathing in the river iis like an offwring which increases their good deeds in the world. It was lively but i didn't feel the magic of the prayer last night Then back to fly to khujaraho, a peaceful world heritage site pf 22 temples from about 1200 ad marvelouly carved ...
... and then headed in the opposite direction of my gesticulating hands! Eventually he listened, and within 15 minutes we pulled up outside the Welcome Hotel...a welcome sight it was!! The driver immediately jumped out of the car and demanded an extra 200 rupees for his trouble; I dropped a ten in his hand and said “buy a bloody map!”... ...By now I was agitated and hungry but, more than anything, needed to use the bathroom...you can imagine, then, my annoyance when I was ...
... as well, and most of you know, that both Bill and I hate onions. Our waiter's response when he found out is, "We won't charge you for them." Why he would charge us for something we didn't order is beyond me, but also we thought if this happened in the States, there would be some way they'd try to fix it but not simply tell us they wouldn't charge us for it...only in India.
And so after great home cooked meals, Anup and Sunitha tried to take us out ...