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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it was when just outside its gates were people sleeping on the ground. It was really nice and Craig even hopped in the pool. I was taking pictures and got offered a fruit drink, there were servants everywhere and it smelt very nice( jasmine oil). Even the sound of traffic and horns was blocked out. We ate after the pool in New market. I tried a dosa, it was lovely, we also had a lassi and Craig had curry. We said bye to Kerri as she got a taxi to the ...
Our first stop was Mother Teresa's mission where her simple room is on display. She insisted on no fan to conserve energy and she’d rather spent the money on the poor and destitute than on herself. I can only imagine the stifling hot and humid summers here in Kolkata she endured. A sister was writing "Jesus I Trust" with marigold petals on Mother Teresa's Tomb when ...
... to Millennium park.By and large, Millennium park is a beautiful place and you can spend hours in it without trouble and boredom. Hence, I would say it is more interesting for locals than outside tourists because outside tourists will not have enough time to spend here to enjoy the beauty of the place.After visiting Millennium park we went to Eden ...
... post before I get home. I'll head for the airport at 9.00 or 10.00 this evening and ensconce myself in the Thai Airways lounge until my flight leaves at 2.00 am. It's been a great trip, especially the motorcycling part, but for one reason and another I'll be glad to get home from this one. I've learnt a lot more about the Indian sub-continent over the past 3 weeks and a bit more about myself. Where to next.......Mmm.....watch this ...
... temples, a synagogue, and churches of Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Anglican, and Armenian Christians.
Kolkata was a trip joining city meaning the end of the fourth leg (Odisha region) and beginning of the last leg (Himalayan foothills) of my circle loop of India with Dragoman. That always means saying goodbye to travel friends as they leave to go home or continue their travels and meeting new folks who will be on the next few weeks of the ...