Hotel Hindusthan International Kolkata
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the road - never seeming to end and one village blending into another. We would see kids playing in the open field areas along the side of the road, rolling around and laughing...not a toy or a ball in sight but having a whale of a time. It was good to see them laughing and playing with such freedom. Wish our kids would get outside and play like that more often. Those computer screens are such a vice for keeping the kids from more imaginary play. Am ...
... British stormed the defences and when they took hold they used Agra fort as a garrison, as do the Indian army today. Fatehpuhr Sikri is another architectural wonder near to Agra and rated a world heritage site, a fortified city and previous capital of the Mogul empire in ruins because of water shortage problems (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatehpu r_Sikri). Although in ruins, it is very well preserved, with complete buildings in tact with intricate carvings on the outer walls. ...
... the corner as we are trying to cross. The red light for the first 30 seconds is just a suggestion. It is a hair raising experience that I have to endure up to 6 times a day.
When we go to Shanti Dan, my service placement, we have to take a bus. Riding on a bus in Kolkata is also as challenging as crossing AJC Bose. There is a man who collects the fare by squeezing through the people on the ...
... so a quick shower and a lie down. We now knew why tourists didn't walk! After breakfast we went to grab a taxi from the front desk to take us to the remainder of the places we wanted to visit. Around 4 in total. Only to find out they are closed on a Monday! So there was nothing much to do other than have a morning shopping at a mall and the afternoon lazing by the pool. So that's what we did. What a day and another day we learnt a ...
It's all about being there at the right place and at the right time. On 5 December just after breakfast Rajat Das pointed out to me an article "Dutch help for Chinsurah heritage revamp" on page 2 of the Times of India by Jhimli Mukherjee Pandey.The good news is that the West Bengal state tourism department has taken action. They revealed a master plan last month detailing how the state government plans ...