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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... remained untraceable. After attempting to access cash through 20 + ATM machines it became apparent that my cards would not work and I was also penniless. Therefore the buying of the phone and the essentials/clothing did not happen as I have been trying to ration what cash I did bring for food and water. What a disaster. I did, however gain a lot of valuable information from local people regarding places ...
... is where I started bawling. In that exact moment it suddenly dawned on me that not only was I alone in Kolkata, India. But I also now only had the clothes on my back and a select few other items to my name. The man dealing with my situation, in a slight scolding tone said to me "Ma'am, why you cry? You stop...you Canadians are supposed to be strong. If you cry then you can't go out there and do your job. Do your job!" I was ...
... generally pray in the temple, after having bath in the river. However, the water is very muddy and dirty and not suitable for use from hygienic point of view.Kalighat Kali TempleWhile returning from Bhutan to Bangalore, we again got another full day to visit Kolkata. We first went to Kalighat Kali temple. The Kali ...
... of the past couple of weeks, pleased my adventure is just beginning. We walk for hours the next day around Kolkata to find the Anoki shop to find a gift our little Violet to send with Mick back to the UK the next day. We return victorious but footsore and exhausted after taking in the chaos of Kolkata, the smells, the buses, the sidewalk food stalls and of course the throngs of people. I can see I am totally hooked on textiles and my eye goes to every woman in ...
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This was a bit unusual but worth the visit. It was built in 1962 and was a huge dome that showed the stars in the night sky with a presentation/lecture about the solar system etc. It was only 30 rupees and would have been boring if not for the presenter constantly switching from her relaxing ...