Trident, Bandra Kurla, Mumbai
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... slice with a knife and you can certainly taste it. Once in the hotel we head out to find something to eat. They want 350 rupee a head for us to have breakfast this morning so around the corner we found a local place where we ate for 120 rupee. Beaut. They say this place is all about the food, I'm certainly hanging for some seafood. Breakfast / brunch sorted it was off to do the walking ...
... the postal service was on strike and so that is still yet to be accomplished. Next we headed to the train station in hopes of booking our next tickets. We had been
told on the previous train ride that there is a tourist quota where you don’t have to wait in line and tickets are reserved for last minute tourists in order to help promote tourism in India. We again however didn’t have much luck and instead booked an overnight sleeper ...
... the same boat, ...er plane. Gwen contacted the airline to make sure we made it – if we had been stranded, I know she would have helped us regroup. Unparalleled service and kindness extended.
. Boutique Hotels: Every hotel we stayed at was a “heritage” hotel. Larger tour companies would be more likely to go with larger chains. For us, most were ...
... and I can verify, tasted) like a Kit-Kat bar. On the brightly colored wrapper, right next to the price (Five rupees, or about nine cents American) it touted the fact that it supplied “glucose energy”. I couldn’t help but laugh at this—every candy bar in existence supplies glucose energy, as glucose is simply sugar. Based on that alone, this Perk bar would be no more energizing than any Twix, Snickers, or your personal favorite. ...
... at me like I was a she devil when I accidentally backed into her while avoiding a defecating goat. But more worrying was the traffic. Oh the traffic. Four lanes of swerving, beeping cars, bikes and motorbikes, a bit like playing Frogger on an advanced level when all the vehicles move at different speeds. Took me a good few days to get used to crossing them, in fact am embarassed to say that the first time ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services