Islamabad Hotel

Address: G6 Civic Centre, Islamabad, 44000, Pakistan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on G6 Civic Centre, Islamabad, is near Supreme Court of Pakistan, Kalam Bazaar, and Waterfalls near Kalam.
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    Travel Blogs from Islamabad

    Adventure Begins!

    A travel blog entry by pakreunion on Jul 03, 2015

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... of gloves,</li><li>One leg warmer , </li><li>one rain coat</li></ul>Bhaiyon tayyar raho...samaan ready... aur camera lana na bhoolna! Please note Per head cost of the trip is now 45,000 PKR. Tips: Bring sleeping bag if you can, you can also buy it later if necessary. Invest in your hiking shoes, or boots with all weather soles, hiking shoes should preferably water proof. If you are bringing a camera, bring a light camera bag with you ...

    Lone Man with a Rifle: Chilas to Islamabad

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jun 29, 2012

    22 photos

    ... shrugged his shoulders and told us that it was quite normal for Islamabad.

    To our delight Ishaq Ali and Sadruddin had changed our accommodation in Islamabad to the very lovely Chancery Executive Guest House. Although it was located right on a busy intersection, we later laughed that we were more concerned about whether we had air conditioning than being a terrorist target! The Chancery had recently been ...

    Islamabad

    A travel blog entry by tsimko on Apr 03, 2010

    ... here. People are really warm and cordial. I refused, following the security guidelines about not hanging out with strangers, not revealing your plans, your hotel names and so on. That’s actually quite difficult, because people are curious about these things and it’s often tricky to answer in a polite but vague way.
    Train arrived in Rawalpindi, Islamabad’s twin. Shortly I tried to check in the hotel of ...

    A quick stop in Pindi

    A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Jan 19, 2009

    4 photos

    ... The only not so nice experience was that V and I were interrogated by a man at the mosque, demanding to know who we were and why we were there. He wasn't threatening but just demanding in his questions. We satisfied him with answers and left but afterwards we were mad at ourselves for not asserting ourselves more. We'd just been surprised because everyone else has been so friendly. The hotel itself ...

    Timshel and September 11

    A travel blog entry by lraleigh on Sep 11, 2007

    ... are thinking, perhaps to go to where the media feels Osama Bin Laden is hiding to learn about what he thinks, despite his horrific actions. At this point, things may be getting a little too personal and philosophical, but it's too late: these are the main reasons I am traveling and I can't deny them. Timshel is also important because it shows how translators can change the meaning of words over time, why gurus and prophets often did not put their words ...