The Park Kolkata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and food. However, after two hours of constant attention from beggars it's really hard to keep ignoring them/saying no. Maja and I decided to buy a couple of children some samosas (which only cost about 8p each so it's not exactly giving much) however we put one samosa in each hand of a little boy who struggled to carry them; quite frankly, he looked shocked and a bit p***ed off that we hadn't given him money! Ah well, at least we tried! We finally got ...
... evening. We needed some lunch so we navigated the alleys to this place LP recommends called Hot Kati Rolls. Think oily, pan fired dough in a pizza shape, filled with chicken and egg, splashed with lime and hot sauce, and rolled up like a burrito. After a hard night of drinking this would make even a Panzerotto proud. Side note – a local in Varanasi told us “Kati” is a person's name. So if I opened my own store I could call it Hot Martin Rolls? ...
... that in a city which is teeming with people? Not so surprising I suppose if you limit the numbers to those who might visit successful restaurants. The bouncer was defeated and let us in. We were all moved to a table upstairs - possibly we were seen as a potentially rowdy group. We had yet another enjoyable evening, returning to our hotel for 'pudding' - Angela's Welcome cake from the Taj of the night before.
Omelette's for breakfast and they were very nice, I had the works with some nice chilli. We were met at the airport by Anan there were a few worrying moments waiting for Marion and Clive's bags, but they arrived OK after awhile. The bus trip to the hotel was a bit confronting, there were lots of ...
... it home safely despite being drenched and shivering, and quickly recovered with a warm shower and lobster dinner with fresh mangoes for desert!! As this was the last few days of Nina's trip in India, Delia and I said our goodbyes at the train station before her train journey to Kolkata, where she was flying home to Toronto from, and we continued on our journey south to Pondicherry.