Keys Hotel Nestor
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
... presented by the hotel and ended with the band singing happy birthday while we were enjoying dinner. Jan broke her tooth on a cashew so she went off to the hospital to see the dentist which cost twenty dollars for the repair job. Bottle water is 10 cents here slightly cheaper than home! Tomorrow we leave for Bagalore. Goa is a beautiful, clean resort style part of India, very lay back, a lot of tourists and vendors who don't ...
... 8217;t like treadmills, feel like a hamster). As I started my run, an old guy decided to jog alongside me for 10 seconds and then he set out in a full blown sprint around the track twice. That was him done. Not sure who bothers to get changed, go outside to exercise, sprint 600 metres and then stop. He then sat by the track and timed each of my laps, remarking either "veeeerryyyyy good" “very good” or “good” after ...
... wash cubicle is individually owned. As you would expect India is a cash society and by that I mean that many people have small business's and do not pay income tax so that means the GNP is very unreported. We then visited Gandi museum where he stayed while in Mumbai and an art museum. Once back to the hotel, Sheri and I went for a swim I the large pool and were able to have a beer poolside. What is not to like!!! We ...
... pizza before we go to the bus so before we went to bed we ate that whilst watching Monster University Inc on the ipad :-). Once we got dropped off in Mumbai we had to get on the metro to the area where our hotel was. The four of us hopped on the metro thinking 'this can't be too hard can it'? The trains were absolutely packed and people were just hanging out of the doors and jumping onto it whilst it was still moving. A few trains passed before we braved to jump on ourselves, making sure ...
We left S.E Asia, with heavy hearts. We had enjoyed it so much so we celebrated our time there and all our beautiful memories with some cocktails in the Vertigo bar in Bangkok over sunset and a spectacular city scape. Highly recommended. But we were moving on to the last leg of our journey and hitting the beast that is India. With few plans and absolute intrigue we hopped on the plane to cross the Andaman Sea and Bay ...