Hotel Suruchi

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

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      Our hotel was rather less appealing than hoped for and without a restaurant. It was also somewhat disturbing to find it guarded by a chap with a rifle. However it was too late to find another place ans so, after some chiding, room changing, fresh sheets, sending out for some beer and the commandeering of another room for our meal, we retired for the night - our slumber disturbed only by the noises ...

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      Peetambara Peeth is
      a well known shakti peeth in Datia, Madhya Pradesh. A quick day trip
      was planned to visit this sacred place by me and my colleague, later
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