Tollygunge Club

Address: 120 Deshapran Sasmal Road, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, 700 033, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 120 Deshapran Sasmal Road, Kolkata (Calcutta), is near St. Paul's Cathedral, Tollygunge Club, Rabindra Bharati University Museum, and Nirmal Hirday (Pure Heart).
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        Travel Blogs from Kolkata (Calcutta)

        India Intensifies...

        A travel blog entry by jaime.sehn on May 12, 2015


        ... Many of the sisters are a little bit older and personally knew Mother Teresa before she passed. Sometimes they tell stories of Mother and her philosophies surrounding the Missionaries of Charity while it was still young. Sister Michael told me the story of how Mother Teresa was adamant on building only single level facilities as she believed, double stories signified wealth; she wanted to relate to the poorest of the poor in every way as much as possible. The builders ...

        Kolkata - the city of joy

        A travel blog entry by chrissy.vivian on Jan 08, 2015

        2 comments, 2 photos

        ... day we went to old Delhi on a bicycle tour. We had to get up at 5.30 so we avoided some of the traffic chaos haha ! We rode around the back streets and to be honest my heart in a lot of ways completely broken. We went to an area which in the 17th century was very wealthy but when the local people left for a holiday the British took over, they then came back to see their homes has gone. You now see ...


        A travel blog entry by jackiesee on Dec 30, 2014

        43 photos

        ... to get out of their way. Next couple of days were spent mooching around, recovering from jet lag, drinking lots of street chai and getting organised. First job was to get a SIM card, a complicated business in India. I’d forgotten to bring a passport photo for the long application form, so the shopkeeper produced a big bag of them, rifled through and found one of an Indian woman. "Same haircut, look bit like you, Ok?" waggling his head. “Sure!” ...

        Kolkata - last stop India

        A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Aug 18, 2014

        1 comment, 25 photos

        ... to bed not thinking about it further and the next day apparently 123 (including women) of them had died. The only problem with the story was that historians have reconstructed the event and don't know how that many people actually fit in the dimensions in the first place and that the main person who told the story, a survivor, was unreliable and possiby a smaller number were held and died. The memorial tellingly says that it is for the 123 people who died in the whole ...

        Mysore, Goa, Varanasi & Calcutta

        A travel blog entry by ryanmatthews_01 on Jan 09, 2014

        10 photos

        ... out and try some of the street food that the city is famous for & I must say, it lived up to expectation. The city has many shops and markets and it is definitely somewhere to get all the presents and cheap clothes etc. before flying home. As for us, we are not flying home so none of that! On to Thailand for us... My final thoughts: India, I must say, is an incredible assault on all senses and inhibitions. It is such a far cry from home that at times it doesn't feel real! ...