Hotel Hindusthan International Kolkata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... back our vomit we hurried past. There are communal wash areas on most streets and you often see people lathered head to toe having their daily washes before they start work. Many of the men have wooden carts and ferry the wealthy around by day then sleep in or under them by night. It's quite shocking to see elderly men with barely a muscle on their bodies pulling the carts especially in this heat. It was time for our last supper and we certainly didn't scrimp, each choosing ...
... bookshop and Park Street were heaven for us.The reason we ...
... Queen Victoria, Empress of India. It is surrounded by 64 acres of gardens. It took 20 years to build and finish it in 1921 and it was funded entirely from voluntary subscriptions. It is very impressive.
When we arrived there we sat down to rest for a while by the street vendors outside the entrance. Peter bought himself a sweet milk tea and Ania asked for tea without a sugar. The tea seller prepared it and when Ania tasted it, it turned out that he added salt ...
... was pumping through my veins like never before!! I can truly say I've never, and hope to never again experience anything like that!! (Sorry, no photos or videos of those moments!!)
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From New Delhi we headed up towards the Himalays to the holy city of Haridwar. We spent only a few hours there finding a travel agent and setting up a driver and car ...
... names. We ordered a cheese & onion dosa (crepe-like) & a masala rava. We had no idea what a rava was, but it turned out to remind us of an Indian quesadilla, & similar to the dosa. Each were served with 2 good sauces, & we left satisfied, if not totally full.
We were worn out from the travel, the heat, & the city, so we returned to the hotel to rest. We eventually went out for a relatively late dinner (our hotel locks the front at 10:30 sharp) that ...