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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... religion (Muslim and Hindu) love story. We were also surprised that at the beginning this couple kissed and held hands in the street something we have never seen anyone do in India and took part in premarital sex which I am sure does happen but secretly. After the film which people were laughing throughout we looked up the synopsis online and had been right about the theme of the film which we both wondered if it would cause offense or controversy. It looked like a good ...
... difference for me was electricity in AC carts you have a outlet to plug your laptop or whatever into this is great for 2 day train rides to watch movies, in Sleeper no such luxury. Since there is no AC it gets hot in the day and cold at night, but not a problem, the worst about sleeper is all the traffic through the carts, people keep on getting on and off and anybody can just walk through these carts, thus always noisy with 100’s of vendors walking through and ...
With more than twenty million people Mumbai is India's largest and most cosmopolitan city as well as its financial center. Founded as a Portuguese fort at the tip of a peninsula between the Indian Ocean and Mumbai Harbor, Mumbai sprawls mostly northward and seemed even larger as we approached from that direction and encountered continuous urban sprawl starting about 50 kms outside the city.
... of Mumbai, and I got a chance to stay there for almost 3 months. There was a small mountain in front of our room.
I remember during my school days, I always used to go to a famous city temple every year during monsoon days, located in the Kaimur range, on the eastern part of Vindhya range. That single mountain is also visible from the top of ...
... chaotic but not much.
The guide pointed out a few things on our way to the hotel.
We had to drive through the city precinct and then south to get to our hotel. The guide pointed out the home of the richest man in Mumbai. It is 27 stories high, 7 stories for the car parks. There are 4 people who live in the building and 300 people that work in it. And all around it people live in ****. I am sure that ...