Hotel Metro Palace
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- Free parking
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... by a beautiful Jain Temple dedicated to Lord Mahavira. Then, we went up Malabar Hill and went to the Hanging Garden, one of the highest view points in Mumbai that has a beautiful view of the city. We drove by the Tower of Silence and made a long stop at the Gandhi House, which was where Gandhi started his movement and is now a museum dedicated to his history. We then saw the biggest open laundry in Asia. Finally, we stopped by the Victoria Terminus, ...
... from Sudbury was smooth with clear roads and some sunshine. Our flight, the next day, from Toronto was scheduled for 12:20pm, however, the plane got delayed twice to 2:00pm so at that point, we knew we were heading for trouble connecting with our Air India flight. As luck would have it we arrived 5 minutes after the Air India counter closed so no boarding pass for us, and therefore we would not be making the flight. They told us that ...
... a wash basin for $5/month and pay to have their laundry done. We paid someone a few bucks to give us a tour. Everyone working here was a man, and most of them were in their underwear or shorts because they are always getting in the basins to hand wash clothes. We first passed a room with tiny trunk like lockers. 20 men lived in the facility and kept their belongings here.
We saw the laundry process from beginning to end. ...
... an oven. Neither one of us realized this while we were at the store. So, we had mix, eggs, oil and clean water... but no oven. However, Nate, my loving engineer, would not let my dream of baked goods die. (I was really missing them, since every baked good we have encountered so far has dairy mixed in...). So, he dug through the very odd assortment of pots and pans, and found a metal tin that was basically a 9in round tin with a lid ...
... dogs and Indians”. No wonder the world hates us. You may remember that the hotel was taken over by terrorists and parts of it were blown to smithereens. Now it has been mostly restored to its former
glory. What is it they say? Don’t get mad, get even?!
The shopping was hot and the street traders were pests but we ended up in a charming coffee shop that had been recommended by the ...