Hotel Heritage Inn

Address: 42 A SB Temple Road, Gulbarga, Karnataka, 585101, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 42 A SB Temple Road, Gulbarga.
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      ... Fortress. We took a few pictures from the road and continued. With our big day ahead, we were not tempted to stop and explore.

      23 kilometers down the road, we hit the congested outskirts of the city. Getting through Arangabad was nerve-wracking and asking for directions got little more than a broad smile and head wiggle. In the end, we always are rescued. A friendly young man gave us lengthy verbal directions in broken English ...

      A very long day

      A travel blog entry by messypup on Nov 14, 2012

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      ... no signs here to indicate which platform to head to, and after getting mixed advice from or fellow passengers we interrupted the station master who soon put us on the right track. The train was about an hour late and it was well after twelve when we got on the train. We found our bunks in this full and pitch black train and settled down for the night in this three tier AC coach having securely locked up our luggage and secured or shoes and anything else easily ...

      Kadama 29: Bidar

      A travel blog entry by audreyrattay on Aug 26, 2012

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      ... I did not take part in because I am not a fan of bats) and so many details in the sculpture work.

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      Deccan Trails and Anantagiri temple

      A travel blog entry by syam0312 on Dec 05, 2011

      1 comment, 62 photos

      ... OK there.It's better to carry some eatables as we don't get anything there other than Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner.The toilets are clean, so is the place.

      A nice place to spend a day.


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