Hotel Suruchi

Address: Gola Ka Mandir Residency Road, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, 474002, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gola Ka Mandir Residency Road, Gwalior, is near Amboli.
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        Travel Blogs from Gwalior


        A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Oct 30, 2015

        56 photos

        ... of river goddesses, romantic couples, and a Garuda. Diamond and lotus designs are seen on the horizontal band at the top of the arch indicating an influence from the Buddhist period.

        Saas-bahu temple

        In 1093, the Pal Kachawaha rulers built ...

        Gwalior - central northern India.

        A travel blog entry by southernsun on May 02, 2015

        47 photos

        ... had some interesting taste too....

        Then I swapped from the airport hotel to something much nicer, right next door to the Maharajah's Palace, the Usha Kirin Palace Raj Hotel... a junior palace really, but a lovely mid trip break.

        Spent the evening writing and tasting specialities of the region and an "Indian Ocean" cocktail, full of ...

        An Elevated Gwalior

        A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Jan 07, 2015

        30 photos

        ... crevices and plant yourself on the ledges. It is one of those Indiana Jones' actions that I love to do.

        Teli Ka Mandir
        Whilst the incredibly looking Teli Ka Mandir glistens under the sun, there are no access to its upper levels which I really believe are constructed of labyrinthic stairwells. This 8th century temple is the ...

        What a difference a Night Makes

        A travel blog entry by chrisandcorinne on Apr 06, 2013

        2 photos

        ... but oil and chilli for a week! The conversation turned to leadership and influential characters as the army officer had, last night, borrowed a book that I was reading: Playing the Enemy, a book about Nelson Mandela's leadership skills. It transpired from the conversation that the officer was a commander of some importance in the Uttar Pradesh state. So, after 17 hours on a train we had finally worked out, bit by bit, that we had shared a carriage for the ...


        A travel blog entry by beckyandboggy on Apr 04, 2013

        ... outside and got some really good views of Gwalior which incidentally looks a lot like Sheffield and is in a huge bowl shape. We then got absolutely mobbed by a family (picture attached) who were desperate to get photos with me and Boggy. It was like being a celebrity! Once you say yes though it all gets a bit much and there were hundreds swarming us to get a look in like we were animals in a zoo or something. Just continuing ...