Swapna International Hotel

12-B, Wassiamul Building, Near Novelty Cinema, Grant Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400007, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

A story about laundry might sound boring but...

A travel blog entry by meclayt


... The iron is not electric but a coal iron which has space for burning coal above the flat plate.

The clothes from the hospitals are done eparately and at night. Large barrels sitting above wood burning fires are filled with water to boil it. Clothes are then dumped in to be sterilized by the boiling water.

We also toured a temple Deep is fond of. The main alter in the temple was a cylindrical stone. People worshipping ...

Beep Beep!!!

A travel blog entry by adventuresofjes


1am Finally arrived at Mumbai! The smell that comes with it took us all by surprise. As soon as we left the plane you could smell the stench of sewage filled with urine & what could only be described as human and animal number 2's! Our Flight went well, however we didn't get off to a good start here. Unfortunately rachel had lost her purse so we spent a good half an hour or so trying to find it. No luck, but thank god she had her bank cards in a her other hand luggage. Off we went ...

Meddling around Mumbai

A travel blog entry by ldillard


... had a bite to eat on the way back. We ate at a food stall called Frankie…the workers had on matching shirts and hats, looked like they took a lot of pride in their place. Les ate a veg and egg tikka roll and then we headed back home to hang out at the Universal Café in front of our hostel. We ate peanuts, drank overpriced Kingfishers and mom and I made the mistake of ordering disgusting garlic, butter bread – nasty, never ...

Sunday in Mumbai

A travel blog entry by miltoninindia


Elephant Island is where these 6th-century AD cave temples are located. They are chiselled into a rocky cliff and dedicated to Shiva; they are considered great masterpieces of Indian sculpture. They were originally called "Gharapuri", or "Island of Caves", but the Portuguese renamed it Elephants Island after a huge stone elephant that once stood there. I went on a Sunday, along with a billion Indians on holiday. Bad day choice but, still pretty ...

Food Glorious Food

A travel blog entry by travelbuggednaz


... to and from the bank. It is now 3 restaurants along the same road, a family restaurant, a snack centre, a juice bar all catering to a slightly different clientèle.   We seat ourselves in the snack centre, passing the huge tava (flat pan) cooking mammoth quantities of pav bhaji, plump baps of bread bronzing in heart-attack inducing quantities of butter and piles of raw chopped onions and quartered limes on his side ready to garnish. I'm ...


This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Taraporewala Aquarium, and Kamala Nehru Park.
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