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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Travel Blogs from Lahore

Why Vehicle Wraps And Graphics Are A Smart Choice For Advertising Your Company

A travel blog entry by bumpytalen897 on Jan 12, 15

... wouldn't you spend a few cents to get get the attention of the exact individual you want who will most likely buy something? Pay per click adverts are a great way to get relevant traffic to your site so you can make a sale.

If you are using photos, maintain in mind a picture is really worth a thousand phrases, but a bad picture will ruin your internet advertisement and possibly your business. If you are a hair stylist and you are advertising your business and you use a image ...

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 ...

Lahore Fort

A travel blog entry by kufarooq on Feb 05, 2014

14 photos

... is permanently closed .The fort manifests the rich traditions of Mughal architecture.[2] Some of the famous sites inside the fort include: ...

Let Out In Lahore

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 18, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... three museums but not much information. There was no real sign of the use of the buildings but it was nice to just wander around a monument that formed part of our and Pakistan's history. Next we went to the Badshahi Mosque. The mosque was built in 1674 by the Mughals and was there last architectural triumph. There are 4 minarets made from red sandstone, three massive marble domes around an extensive courtyard big enough for 100,000 people. I personally think it is the most ...

We finally saw Pakistan (from over the gate)

A travel blog entry by p45 on Aug 06, 2013

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... on the border in Kashmir region (where we were headed) so the tension was very high.
The crowds gathered on both sides of the border and there are big grandstands for people to sit.
You could see that the Pakistani side had the women separated from the men and everyone was dressed completely differently from the very colorful dresses that the Indian women wear.
There was a guy with a microphone "amping" up the crowd with nationalistic songs and ...

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