Yogi Metropolitan

Address: Plot No. 4, Sector 23,Opposite Sanpada Railway Station, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400706, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Matunga area of Navi Mumbai.
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    Travel Blogs from Navi Mumbai

    Dentists and Dusshera

    A travel blog entry by roaminallover on Oct 22, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... nights celebrations. I can't help thinking that some ecological awareness might be a good idea. If you want to float things off, make them from compostable materials. It seems to fly in the face of Mumbai's efforts to reduce litter and clean up the area, which in some parts is going well, and street cleanliness is on a par with some areas of the U.K. A few nights ago, before Dusshera, we wandered up the coast line in search of something to eat. ...

    Sanjay Ghandi National Park, Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Oct 07, 2015

    4 photos

    ... sup> Century BCE and the 10th Century CE. There are one hundred and nine caves here, each one a cell-like space with a stone plinth for a bed. These caves were chiselled out of an imposing basalt edifice and the name comes from a Sanskrit term meaning 'black mountain'. Unlike the Elephanta Caves nearby, these earlier cells are simple, spartan and undecorated. ...

    Exhausting, Contrasting India

    A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Aug 13, 2015

    125 photos

    ... another tuk tuk and negotiated a price to the 'must experience!' Dilli Haat.

    Tuk tuks were the cheapest method of transport (except cycle rickshaws) here but you had to be ready for the chaos of the roads on every journey from the endless horn tooting, bellowing diesel fumes, to people begging or selling at each set of traffic lights. Unrefreshed, we arrived at Dilli Haat and paid 20 rupees (20p) to enter what was described as 'a market where craftsmen from all over India ...

    Flying out of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on May 22, 2015

    3 photos

    ... square. I just couldn't get enough of sitting in that park, between the Blue Mosque and Aya Sofya. Its absolutely the best place for watching people from all over the world. Then, I had a interesting experience at the airport. At the immigration check, which you would expect to happen quickly while exiting the country, the officer kept going through my passport. He turned to his colleague and showed him the passport. After watching this for a few minutes, ...

    Living It Up

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Feb 13, 2015

    56 photos

    ... left that isn't flooded or covered in **** to become free as the seventy odd people in my coach hock and spit their sinuses clear. Chai wallah makes mornings in sleeper class bearable. It's not quite the same on a sleeper bus though on account of the fact you'll probably end up wearing your chai as soon as the bus goes over the next bump which will probably occur around 0.4 seconds after your first sip. It kinda makes you glad that by the time the chai gets to ...