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Prabhadevi, 400028 Bombay
One of the most popular destinations for Hindu devotees. It holds one of the sacred idols of Lord Ganesha. Long queues to enter the temple on Tuesdays.
Shipton Road, York, North Yorkshire YO30 1XW
Me and my wife went to York for a long weekend getaway. Our objective was relaxation, visting historic York. Both of our objectives were exceedingly met.
The hotel is located a couple of miles from the city centre historic cites in the countryside, so it is very peaceful. Since it is located a couple of miles away from the city center own vehicle is recommended.
The staff at the hotel is very friendly and offer excellent service. We had a breakfast plan included which is highly recommended and filling. The bar and restaurant onsite is also very good.
Chadwick St, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS10 1PJ
Brand new addition to the Mumtaz family. The food is great. The ambience is great. The location is great. The service was excellent What more can you ask for???
The Gateway of India is Bombay's (Mumbai's) most famous monument located in Apollo Bundar area of South Mumbai. It was built as a triumphal arch to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary, complete with four turrets and intricate latticework carved into the yellow basalt stone in 1911. From here people can visit Elephanta Caves by ferry boats. There are luxury boats which takes visitors around the harbour for couple of hours. infront of Gateway of India, there is a statue of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj the independent Hindu kingdom of Maharashtra.
The Elephanta Caves (Caves of Gharapuri) are caves located on Elephanta Island in the Arabian Sea near Mumbai, Maharashtra, India that contain Shaivistic high reliefs in stone of Hindu deities important to worshipers of Shiva. The sculptures were created beginning in the late Gupta Empire, or some time after, and at later dates. Elephanta Island was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 to preserve the artwork.
Mahatma Gandhi Road 159-161, Kala Ghoda, Fort, 400 023 Bombay
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya formerly known as The Prince of Wales Museum was built to comemorate the arrival of the Prince of Wales. The museum houses exhibits mostly of ancient Indian history , categorized primarily into three sections: Art, Archaeology and Natural History.
Veera Desai Rd, Andheri(West), 400053 Bombay
One of the best restaurants in suburban Mumbai. The food is fantastic. The staff are very friendly. Highly recommended if you are in the suburbs. The ambience is also very pleasing.
MHADA, Near Versova Telephone Exchange, 4 Bungalows, Andheri (W, 400053 Bombay
Khau Galli is the most innovative restaurant ive been to recently. The restaurant has created a scene of a typical Mumbai street selling various types of Mumbai street food. Then on the lower level there is a scene of a Mumbai local train complete with sound and scenery.
Food is great typical Mumbai food in a restaurant!
Park Cottages, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS8 2ER
A relatively nice greenhouse type place within minutes of Leeds City Center and next to Roundhay Park.
Tropical World is divided into several tropical areas from different parts of the world. Has a great collection of tropical species including Meerkats, fishes, butterfiles.
Will get you sweating once you are out!
off Wetherby Road, Roundhay, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS8 2ER
Roundhay Park is an oasis of greenland within minutes of Leeds City Center.
The park has a huge lake with a walking strip around the lake. There is also a cricket ground and a childrens play area apart from the vast streaches of green acres!