Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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- Business Services
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This beautiful city located on the shores of the Arabian Sea, Mumbai occupies a very important place in the Indian tourism as it is the largest and richest city in India. It is the economic and financial center of India, besides being the center of everything that comes to fashion, film and entertainment industry. This modern city is a metropolis …
... The engine then erupted with sound and smoke filled the cabin. The lads didn't put the cover back on the engine. We had the sleeper pod so we could avoid the exhaust, by closing our screen door, but the rest of the bus couldn't. We saw people squirm with discomfort but no one seemed to care all that much. By this stage both of us are in fits of laughter.
The bus man is really behind time and Oisin can't sleep for fear of a crash as we are thrown around the sleeper pod, At ...
... gates which were padlocked shut!!! The taxi driver jumped out and rattled the gates,shouted until they came down and unlocked them for us and let us in...they told us to sit by the computer on the floor as there was no rooms ready and to our horror the other three were not there and as we had got lost ourselves I instantly felt sick!!! After around twenty minutes we herd a car and jumped up to look out the window thank Christ is was them!!! ...
... was maybe not such a great idea though. He had a face like thunder and was already panicking that he'd missed his breakfast but luckily we had plenty of time so mark finally was fed! From an architectural point of view I HAD to see the Taj Mahal, I would never live it down if Id been all the way to India and never got the chance to see it-one of the wonders of the world n'all. Marks input: the taj was pretty impressive but the people of Agra are little con artists and get ...
... s hold of a mace. Walked to Taj Mahal Palace, where there's shrine with the names of people who died in 2006. This iconic hotel (p736) is a fairy-tale blend of Islamic and Renaissance styles jostling for prime position among Mumbai’s famous landmarks. Facing the harbour, it was built in 1903 by the Parsi industrialist JN Tata, supposedly after he was refused entry to one of the European hotels on account of being ‘a native’. The hotel formerly ...