Ambassador Hotel

Address: Khayaban-E-Shuharwardy, Sector G-6/1, Islamabad, Pakistan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Khayaban-E-Shuharwardy, Sector G-6/1, Islamabad, is near Supreme Court of Pakistan, Kalam Bazaar, and Waterfalls near Kalam.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Islamabad

How Binoculars Prepare the Most of Marina Time

A travel blog entry by fahadhashmi on Aug 30, 2014

... They don't use much space on your bag, which can be good because most air carriers now require suitcase fees to check even just one traveling bag.
Or, if you're worried about your binoculars getting ruined by being thrown near a baggage area, it's possible to carry them onto the planes on hand. Because of their smaller size, the case will easily fit into an overhead compartment, or in a carry-on bag. If you carry them on, you may ...

From Urumqi: A Blistering Hot Welcome to Pakistan!

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jun 22, 2012

1 comment, 12 photos

... sparsely dotted with farmlets and tiny villages then gave way to barren red desert country, the contorted geological formations evidence of past and present restless seismological activity.

We were crossing over the snow capped Karakoram Ranges of northern Pakistan when the flight personnel announced that in a few minutes we would be flying over Mount Rakaposhi. To our delight, huge snow covered spires rose majestically against ...

Dream Quest

A travel blog entry by rahatlatif on Jul 02, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... showed some courtesy being with us until we step into the kingdom of wilderness, emptiness and rock-ice. Glacier was everywhere around with Masherbrum Pass in background. We kept walking, tripping and slipping on our way across the moraine and ice. Temperature kept dipping, icy haze started surrounded us. We put on all layers of our inner and outer wear. Most of us caught cough and felt dizziness on our crossing that glacier in such weather ...

NANGA PARBAT CLIMBING EXPEDITION PAKISTAN

A travel blog entry by nangaparbat on Jul 05, 2010

23 photos

... 05: Trek from Kachal to Zangot/camp
Day 06: Trek to Nanga Parbat Base Camp
Day 07 –38: climbing activities
Day 39: Trek back toZangot/tent
Day 40: Trek to Bunar and drive to Chilas
Day 41: Continue to Islamabad
Day 42-43: Ministry formalities at Islamabad
Day 44: Departure from Islamabad (drop to the airport)

NANGA PARBAT BY RAHIKOT (NORTH FACE)
Duration: 40-45 days from Islamabad to back Islamabad

Day 01: Arrival ...

A quick stop in Pindi

A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Jan 19, 2009

4 photos

Our first stop was Rawlpindi - a travel hub where you can get buses to most places in the country. We traveled by train and we experienced some amazing hospitality from people sharing food and buying food for us - I was to learn that this is a typical custom here - no matter if we've spoken just a few words, the locals were our hosts and we were their guests - they seemed delighted to do things for us. ...

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