Hotel Elites

Address: 104-B / 1 ,M. M. Alam Road, Lahore, Pakistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 104-B / 1 ,M. M. Alam Road, Lahore, is near Mahata Palace (Qasr-e-Fatima Jinnah), Frere Hall, University of Karachi, and Bhambore.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Lahore

Pretty well cooked well done!

A travel blog entry by pakistanfathers on Dec 05, 2014

... we will be escorted to the airport at midnight by police and depart at 3:00 am and arrive in Amarillo at 7:30 pm. 19 of those hours are in the sky- we loose a day or 11 hours. I have learned a lot about Pakistan. It is in big unrest but people are use to it. They all hate the radicals. Christians are not hated and have complete open space with no problem. Poverty is beyond belief. The infrastructure of electrical and plumbing is inconsistent and ...

INDIA for me… looking back on my time here

A travel blog entry by foegoer on Aug 10, 2014

... thing is I can always come back there. Not anymore with the van, rather with the plane next time, locally buying a motorbike? I have had my share of Customs hassle. Kali Chakra by Dalai Lama in December 2015 is something I have on my mind... lets see how life will unfold for me.

I would like to thank (yes I know it is NOT DONE to thank friends, bhais, didis etc, but I am Dutch and want to do it anyway!!!) all the people that have made my stay in India special, fun and ...

Lahore Fort

A travel blog entry by kufarooq on Feb 05, 2014

14 photos

... before
the conquest of Lahore by Mahmood in 1021 AD.[5] Further mention of the fort is traceable to Shahab-Ud-Din Muhammad Ghuri's ...

Let Out In Lahore

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 18, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... wet. Never mind so did everyone else when we got out. Drenched, in no uncertain terms. We marched on to the Lahore Fort (Shai Qila) which has been damaged, demolished, restored and rebuilt a number of times. The fort would appear to have been abandoned if it was not for the thousands of visitors. The entry price was about 20p for Pakistanis, but a whopping $2 for us foreigners, and it was us that became the main attraction. Every few steps we were asked to stop for a photograph. I ...

Birthday bears!

A travel blog entry by louper on May 20, 2013

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The plan was to head to the jungle to see some tigers for my birthday. No tigers but a couple of rare Sloth Bear sightings did the job in keeping smiles on our faces. When the guide even got his camera out in excitement we knew it was a little special. So to see another the next day we felt it had been money well spent.

The early morning trip brought a chill to the skin. Strange given the 48 degrees by lunchtime!

Our accommodation was ...

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