Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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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 …
... children asking for money. It's heartbreaking to say no to them but by giving them money it reinforces the cycle and the children remain on the streets as their parents won't let them home without a set amount of money. We have given food and water to children but one girl looked at me ungratefully in disgust and threw the food forcefully at her younger sister. Our guide told us that their parents most likely choose not to work and that everyone can have a job in India ...
... to wear, as I am hoping it will be cooler than anything else I have, and might save me from a few stares and lip-lickings? (Yes, men really have been staring at me, making smooching sounds, and licking their lips- Nate has been very protective of me here, and I am starting to really get the "women only" cars on the trains, and even why Muslim women wear the full wrappings. I would do a lot to avoid those creepy stares. Ah well, ...
Mumbai is (like any Indian city) noisy, busy and grimey. But Mumbai has a much more cosmopolitan feel about it. Perhaps because it's the home to Bollywood, or because it's seems to have a bigger diversity - the rich are richer and the poor are poorer. I only had a day and a half in Mumbai which probably wasn't enough to get a true grasp of what the city has to offer. I went The Gateway of India which was built for the landing of George V in ...
... Got to andheri, showered and went to banana leaf for dinner. Had south Asian uttapa, dosa, lassi. Went to pharmacy and grocery shopping. It was their first official day living together in Mumbai away from their parents and were deciding what each liked, toothpaste, coffee, etc. Went to airport, said goodbye to a few over the phone makarand, Asheesh and checked in with a lot of time in advance. Awesome ...