Hotel Melrose Inn

50-52, E III, Commercial Zone, Lahore, Pakistan | Hotel
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Badshahi Mosque Lahore

A travel blog entry by kufarooq

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... br> the mosque and held that post until 1675. He was also Master of Ordnance
to Aurangzeb. In conjunction with the building of the Badshahi Mosque, a
new gate was built at the Lahore Fort opening into the Hazuri Bagh ...

My birthday

A travel blog entry by asmatravels

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... 3 days. After that we go to Morocco via Paris for about a month and a half and during that time we go into Spain taking a ferry right across the strait of Gibraltar. Around the 15th of July we will come back and relax back into our nice, home in Waterloo (inshallah).
We have already begun packing for the stuff that we are going to be shipping back to Canada. There are lots of tokens and gifts for family and friends that we will have to ship back because it will be ...

Bombings and attacks

A travel blog entry by asmatravels

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... in Abbas Town in Karachi (http://www.geo.tv/GeoDetail.aspx?ID=90 635). Karachi gets shut-down every third day because of somebody getting killed. And before that there was a bomb blast in Quetta. This past weekend, a Christian colony in Lahore was torched by a group of thugs who don't like minorities in Pakistan. They set a a fire and went and looted and robbed the families of everything ...

My mother has left

A travel blog entry by asmatravels

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... realize just how dependent we had become on her for so many things.

She not only touched our lives in so many ways, but also the lives of so many others that she came in contact with. After haggling with the rickshaw drivers over the fare, she would give them an extra 20 or 50 rupees and a kind word as they were leaving; she recited the ABCs with the son of a shopkeeper as she waited for our turn and then gave him ...

Lahore, the cultural capital of the Punjab

A travel blog entry by danialw

... not want to. The Badshahi Mosque was built by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb and displays the once great power of the Mughals of India. It is a bigger version of Delhi's Jama Masjid and displayed the typical Indo-Islamic red sand stone used in the majority of the structure's material.
After the prayer, I went to a Sikh Gurdwara which lies right beside the mosque. I checked it out briefly and it was quite interesting. Most Sikhs left Lahore after partition. I asked ...

Location

This hotel, located on 50-52, E III, Commercial Zone, Lahore, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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