Hotel Airlink

Address: 75, Off. Nehru Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400099, India | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge, located in the Vile Parle area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Daulatabad Fort, Chowpatty Beach, IMAX Adlabs Theater, and Falkland Road.
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      ... too keen on coconut and lots of southern dishes have coconut in? Food is also dictated by a persons spirituality in India. For example cows are sacred to Hindu's so not eaten and Jains(Jainism) avoid foods such as onion and garlic. Indian's tend to eat 3 good meals a day and then snacks if needed. We may have missed out of some delectable delights whilst we are here as we have not eaten at too many of the street sellers or little tiny road shacks for fear of getting poorly. ...

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      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Feb 05, 2014

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      ... told me not to be so demanding considering where we were. Then we wanted to take a hot shower (before we agreed to stay in the room we had asked if they our room was provided with hot shower) and there was no hot water and almost no pressure. We were explained that in fact there was no hot shower but hot bucket. We got a little bit mad because we were paying USD 25 for that room, which is a lot for Indian standards, and besides they lied to us. I guess we wouldn´t get so angry ...

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      ... For me, only six out of ten, there were a few disappointments with places that I was revisiting after a twenty year gap...somehow the magic was not the same, but then twenty years is a long time especially in a country that is growing and developing as fast as India. Our highlights: - Immersing ourselves in the spirituality at the Golden Temple - Soaking up the atmosphere at the India/Pakistan border closing ceremony - Riding the toy train into the mountains at Shimla - Seeing ...


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      ... seats we not next to each other but the ticket conductor said it was ok for us to just take different seats. This caused some woman to get quite shouty at the train porter at around midnight. At around 1am the train stopped briefly (not at a station) and a woman outside ran to the door screaming and banging on the window like something out of a horror movie. Luckily no one opened the door and the train left. Two men were having a really loud argument in the corridor and ...