Taj Wellington Mews

Address: 33 Nathalal Parekh Marg, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400001, India | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Gateway of India, Malabar Hill, High Court, and Deccan Odyssey.
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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    Marvelous Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Mar 13, 2015

    7 photos

    ... as 26 million, 54% of which live in slums. Many people come to Mumbai from all over India, as it is known as the "City of Dreams", where your dreams can come true. We began our tour with a drive through the "fort" area. Though the fort no longer stands, in the area are many of the colonial buildings. We passed Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus (formerly called Victoria Station). A UNESCO World Heritage site, it is one of the two main railroad stations in Mumbai. A beautiful building built ...

    Judy & Lottie head home

    A travel blog entry by mktravels on Nov 24, 2014

    4 photos

    ... that go 'cap in hand' to the tourists disgusts most ordinary Indians and beggars are frequently rounded up in put to work in police stations or jails.

    However, despite the many many scams, it is impossible to turn a blind eye to the tens of thousands of genuinely homeless people who sleep on the street every night. The Dharivi slums were incredible, the average life expectancy of a male ...

    Luxury at Last

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 12, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Planet strikes again! The walk there however was pleasant and involved cutting through a giant sports field. It was completely dedicated to cricket. Around twenty games were concurrently taking place, but there was only enough room for about 4 or 5. This meant that each game overlapped with several others in giant Venn diagrams. It wasn't uncommon to see Indians standing back to back at the intersections, fielding for different games.

    Back ...

    Gen gets to 'see' another part of India

    A travel blog entry by adandgen on Mar 06, 2014

    ... Juhu beach (the dirtiest beach in the world), a drive over the sealink bridge connecting north Mumbai to Central (new from my last visit), and a brief walk around the Gateway of India (not to be confused with India Gate in Delhi) and Colaba Causeway (the main shopping area). Gen's favourite bit was definitely taking the little auto-rickshaws everywhere (though Mumbai traffic is a bit of a nightmare, even by Indian standards). Our last evening was ...

    The Great Train Experience

    A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 14, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... us again, "don't worry." Sure enough, after a while the TC came back and told us we could take two births across the main aisle from one another for the equivalent of $16 each. Sold!

    Karen's birth was the upper of two parallel to the car's main aisle, so had an individual curtain and a semblance of privacy. Mine was the top birth of three arranged in a group of 6 immediately across the main aisle from Karen, with a ...