Hotel Landmark

Address: 47 Manik Vilas Colony, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, 404002, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 47 Manik Vilas Colony, Gwalior, is near Amboli.
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      A travel blog entry by bogdan88 on Apr 08, 2013

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      Eventually, we left Bhopal for Gwalior on the best train in India by all accounts better known as the Shitabi Express! Arriving late in the evening, we had great difficulty finding the hotel we had highlighted in our guidebook. Tired and hot we gave in and settled for the 'Tourist Hotel' 5* dump. The next morning we checked out and left in search of a better hotel, we found a decent little place a short walk down the road ran by a man with a single tooth! So on our ...

      What a difference a Night Makes

      A travel blog entry by chrisandcorinne on Apr 06, 2013

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      ... guard came into the carriage bearing hot, sweet tea. It was welcome and refreshing. The railway worker chatted, in his broken English, for about half an hour as the countryside rolled past and we learnt about agriculture and rural living in India. The time was around 7:30 and after a few phone calls by the railway worker we learnt that the train was running around two hours late. Apparently someone hadn't set the points correctly and it held everything up! ...

      Gwalior - Not Worth the Visit

      A travel blog entry by jfoster on Jun 22, 2011

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      ... about it later. This is a great and cheap way to get tickets if its not an overnight trip which should definitely have a bed reserved in advance.

      On the train no one really bothers me and we have plenty of room to stretch out. The train takes a while but finally I make it to Faridabad. Since I don't have a phone number to contact the place I am staying I have to check my email to see if they responded. Turns out there are no Internet ...

      A fort

      A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Nov 21, 2010


      ... Plus stuff continually falling from the overheads on to my bloody head. I have to give it to the Indians though. They hold their space and take yours before you can say "Jack Roberson" It really is survival of the fittest. And they must hold the record for the number of people that can get on a bus and then do a long distance trip.

      Gwalior: Walking through Royal Legacy

      A travel blog entry by amitk227 on Mar 20, 2010

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      ... A trip to Gwalior can’t be completed without having ‘Gajak’. So, we
      tried some and packed some to add more sweetness to our already sweet
      memories that this entire day offered to us. ...