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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        Exploring The Hidden Gem Of Europe

        A travel blog entry by nasirmehmood on Oct 25, 2015

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        ... are the best place to visit at anytime of the year. Within any town or city within Croatia, your accommodation needs can never be an issue to worry about. At very affordable prices, you can choose from hotels, private apartments and tourist homes just to mention a few. Food and drink is excellently prepared and served to you, whether in the most expensive hotel or the roadside eateries along the streets. Souvenirs should never be forgotten whenever you visit this ...


        A travel blog entry by tlvice on Apr 11, 2015

        2 comments, 102 photos

        ... one that is a good size for bread or fruit. It cost a whopping $2. In the same area, some of the people stopped to partake in the various games of chance. They reminded me of games at local fairs in the United States. They seem so simple, yet one very rarely wins any of the tantalizing prizes on display.

        We encountered another likeness of Mickey Mouse. This time he was on the door of a brightly decorated truck, near ...

        Lone Man with a Rifle: Chilas to Islamabad

        A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jun 29, 2012

        22 photos

        ... embarrassed and was constantly reminded of the incident by Alan and Sadruddin for the rest of the trip. I have to admit, I do have a frightful reputation for losing things but the phone would have been the last straw.

        On our descent from Babusar we drove through pretty alpine meadows strewn with babbling brooks and grazing goats and horses. More nomad camps and tents dotted the pastures. It really was the ...

        For Better or For Worse - We Head off to Islamabad

        A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 03, 2011

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        ... with the constant political and environmental turmoil of their country must think we are more akin to being pathetic "wusses". Unlike our Australian friends however, they are too polite to say so but we sort of get the message. Our guide Sadruddin said to us later in our travels through Pakistan "You see - you have worried about nothing. Nothing has changed (since bin Laden's assassination)". He then added mischievously "We are always fighting and killing each ...

        A European feel in Islamabad

        A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Mar 03, 2009

        2 photos

        ... out to explore I found a little café in the park where I got scoops of ice-cream and a cappuccino and that seemed so strange to me to get in the middle of Pakistan. P was busy with work but that suited me to explore myself. On one of the days we took a walk up to Magella Hills together and I was amazed that just a few minutes walk from the offices, shops and houses there was such nature - this was a large wooded area with fantastic views from the top. Lots of ...