The Stadel

Address: Gate No 3, Yuva Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, 700098, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gate No 3, Yuva Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata (Calcutta), is near Howrah Bridge, Mandarmani Beach, Digha Beach, and New Market.
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      A travel blog entry by redundantt849 on Jan 08, 15

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      A travel blog entry by umakant on Dec 29, 2014

      ... it becomes evening. (It was a bit odd feeling to see evening coming at 5 o'clock in Calcutta, as because we were used to see evening coming at 7 o'clock in Bangalore). In the evening we took a ferry from Babughat to reach Howrah, keeping enough time in hand to catch our train in the night.The Howrah BridgeI don't know ...

      Kolkata - last stop India

      A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... surprised to say that I didn't hate it. In fact I would probably go as far as to say I enjoyed it more than Nepal. I think the fact we spent time in places that weren't really full on, and were more like Tibet might have helped. Kolkata itself was an interesting city and I did enjoy my time there, so all in all I wouldn't say I loved it, and I was pleased to leave, but it was pretty good and I am glad I went. Would I go back? Not sure.

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      A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Dec 17, 2013

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      ... is rich in this history as by the late 17th century it had become one of the major trading centres of the East India Company (the British trading company that effectively ruled much of India until the late 19th century, when Indian revolt led to power being transferred to the crown). This led to rapid growth along the Hooghly river that flows through the city. Today it is a city of more than 4 million and forms the capital of ...

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      A travel blog entry by ethomson on Oct 20, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... River where a group was taking a statue to the river to be blessed. The impressive, British built bridge over the Hooghly is the third largest cantilevered bridge in the world.

      We drove about ten miles north of Calcutta to the Belur Math and Dakshineshwar Hindu temples where huge crowds of people were worshipping. The number of people in India is really staggering. Saw some very ...