The Senator Hotel

Address: 15 Cammac Street, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, 700017, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15 Cammac Street, Kolkata (Calcutta), is near Howrah Bridge, Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Indian Museum (Jadu Ghar), and Marble Palace Kolkata.
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    Travel Blogs from Kolkata (Calcutta)

    Welcome to the Jungle...Err...Hang on...

    A travel blog entry by rubeshoops on May 05, 2015

    ... to expect from India, but the truth was vastly different to what we thought we were going to be faced with. Cruising through the streets early morning the place was a hell of a lot more peaceful than I was thinking it would be, people in the streets washing by water pumps and getting themselves ready for their days work. On the good advice of Dad we headed to the backpacker part of Kolkata, Sudder street and had managed to ...

    A New Day

    A travel blog entry by jaime.sehn on May 04, 2015


    ... I felt like I died and went to heaven. I bought some semi Indian style clothing...(wasn't quite ready for the sari, but i'm sure i'll get there) and other toiletries. After dropping off my bags at the hotel, I proceeded to walk to the Mother Teresa Mother House for registration. As I entered their gates, I instantly felt a sense of peace and calm. It looked EXACTLY like the videos and had the same emotion radiating from it as I had envisioned it would ...

    Last Days in India

    A travel blog entry by jodeebodee on Jan 02, 2015

    4 photos

    ... and realized the guy didn't give me an exit form so I clarified I didn't need one before finding a sneaky fast line. Once though I asked about carryon bag tags because I am an expert in Indian airports and again the check in guy had neglected to give them to me. The lines at security were crazy. This is not a good time to be flying from India as all the international students were returning home for classes and had so much luggage and complicated security stuff.  There were a ...

    A day in the life. Though a day unlike the others.

    A travel blog entry by probable_hermit on Aug 16, 2014


    ... working towards for months or more likely years. They go home at the end of their incredible trip, and everyone asks, "what was it like?" and they find, that no matter how much they try, they can't explain it. The only people who understand, are the ones who have stood where they stood, and done what thy did.
    This completely theoretical top-of-Everest situation is basically my way of saying "I can't say what this past week has been".

    Beep bee-beep

    A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Dec 17, 2013

    10 photos

    ... back to (a) and start again ad infinitum. And even queuing is not really as easy as it sounds – there is zero respect for queues here, people will just push right in front of you or worse, lean over you and push their request through the screen to the ticket operator whilst you are midway through discussing your journey with them. It has to be seen to be believed, but if everyone does it, it works we suppose – in any case we are definitely ...