Avari Towers Karachi
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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Secure place with good food, rooms and sport facilities.
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Ich habe noch nie in einer Stadt so viele bewaffnete Kräfte gesehen wie in Karachi. Ansonsten ist der Verkehr wie in jeder Großstadt (besonders des indischen Subkontinents) chaotisch, aber die Leute sind sehr freundlich und das Essen ist sehr gut. Direkt am Meer gelegen bietet Karachi einige Möglichkeiten, die allerdings aus Sicherheitsbedenken nur eingeschränkt nutzbar sind.
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... as the most economical and luxurious hotel
All rooms have central air conditioning
LCD with satellite channels
Generator Backed power
Express Check in Check out
24 hours room service
Breakfast & pick & Drop from airport on complementary basis
... of the Islamic religion. Most famous of the monuments is the mausoleum of Bibi Jawindi, that was built at the end of the 15th century. When the caretaker saw me stand in awe, as well as just snapping away like crazy, he asked me if I were an architect. The sun was setting, the place was set to close, but the caretaker let me wander for a little bit longer. It was only 5.30, 4.5 hours until my flight, ...
... park, with the cool ocean breeze blowing ... well, it was a welcome respite, and helped to ground me a bit (no pun intended). Sad thing: Child beggars, of course. As we drove home around 11:30 pm, we were stopped at a light when this tiny boy, with his baby brother riding piggy-back, started washing our windows with a rag and a squeegee. He couldn't have been more than six, and the ...