Surya Royal Hotel

11 Jhalawar Road, Kota, Rajasthan, 324007, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 11 Jhalawar Road, Kota, is near Jhunjhunu.
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    Travel Blogs from Kota

    Bundi: Somewhere near the face of the sun

    A travel blog entry by gr8escape on May 25, 2012

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... it was very nice up there and we spent 15 minutes or so up there cooling off and marveling at the blue city before us. We finally said goodbye to the Bundi Palace and wandered our way down the scorching hillside and decided the Bundi fort – another 30 minute hike above the palace – would have to wait for another day.

    The rest of Friday we spent relaxing in our room, reading books, and working on the travel ...

    ‘One photo please!’

    A travel blog entry by cat_and_ash on Dec 04, 2011

    1 comment, 27 photos

    Bundi must be the friendliest town in India. Instead of the usual requests for photos of us, most of the town wanted photos of themselves – from lively kids to sombre old men, everyone wanted to strike a pose! Duncan became the town photographer as every few metres we'd be greeted by ...

    Pushka and Bundi

    A travel blog entry by tbtravels11 on Nov 10, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    As we found ourselves in Pushka for the Camel festival, we probably didn't see the same Pushka as people normally would. What we did find was a scene very similar to the Bendigo show, but without the show bags and with the worst circus imaginable. Pushka is a lovely place which is situated around a sacred lake with about 50 ghats leading down to it, hence is a very holy place. It is also (almost) a dry and vegetarian town. A beer can usually be had ...

    A step too far off the beaten track?

    A travel blog entry by wickens on Sep 28, 2011

    19 photos

    Off to Bainsrorgarh Fort today via road and rail again. The train journey was more hectic this time, with us all squeezed into smaller seats, alongside large Indian families. Still less chaotic than expected, though, and we all agreed that the toilets were absolutely fine, more akin to the BR train toilets of old. Even Zach could handle them.

    No drama this time with people scrabbling to get onto the train, so we ...

    Tournee po fortach

    A travel blog entry by lululemon on Aug 08, 2011

    5 photos

    ... Mahal. Zdecydowanie najciekawsze byly forty, a szczegolnie flagowy fort Jaipuru, czyli Amber. Z kazdego z nich roztaczal sie fantastyczny widok na miasto (swoja droga zaskoczyla nas jego rozleglosc, no ale to sa w koncu Indie), wnetrza oczywiscie fantazyjnie wyrzezbione w marmurze i wszechobecne malpiszony. Marta szczegolnie upodobala sobie wysadzane miniaturowymi zwierciadlami pomieszczenia mieszkalne maharadzy i jego maharini (laseczki znaczy :)).

    Grupa ...