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

    How Binoculars Prepare the Most of Marina Time

    A travel blog entry by fahadhashmi on Aug 30, 2014

    ... big loss as it would be if they used your more expensive, regular binocular. Compact binoculars may also be good to own when doing water activities. Storage on boats is at a premium, so that you don't want to bring anything with you which is too bulky or huge, and uses up too much space. But you will want to have binoculars available just in case you get fortunate enough to run across a school of dolphins, or perhaps to view seabirds in ...

    From Urumqi: A Blistering Hot Welcome to Pakistan!

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jun 22, 2012

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... a barren brown landscape, you cannot help but notice the immense army and even navy aircraft presence, a sobering reminder that 85% of the Pakistani government budget is spent on the military.

    As usual, we wondered what would behold us on this trip. And of course - as our friends always ask - why we were travelling yet again to Pakistan. Just before we left Australia, as usual, things seemed to be hotting up yet again in Pakistan and ...

    Islamabad

    A travel blog entry by tsimko on Apr 03, 2010

    A trip to Islamabad was a great opportunity to try local train. It departed at 7am and on time. The compartment was pretty full. It looked a way cleaner comparing to Indian trains. At one point we were passing a salt range, but I didn’t see much of it from the window. A man with his two sons started a general conversation with me, resulting in an invitation to their home. Actually this didn’t happen to me for the ...

    The ancient city of Taxila

    A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Mar 02, 2009

    4 photos

    ... Jandial temple, Jaulian and Mohra Moradu. To get a bit of a discount V and I showed our student cards and S became our teacher! The sites were fascinating and it was amazing to see the same layout that is echoed through many Pakistani villages - streets with shops and houses and in some places a church, temples, a sundial, stupas and monasteries. It was also interesting to see the Greek and Indian influence and how the construction of the stone walls ...

    Timshel and September 11

    A travel blog entry by lraleigh on Sep 11, 2007

    ... At the airport, Elisabeth proceeded to break up with me, sending me further spiraling downwards. I returned to my ecology job, wondering... Somehow, though, this event was the catylist. It was the catalyst for me to change. Inside I felt a strong need to seek answers to questions: Why did 9/11 happen? How do we move on from here? How can I best contribute in any little way? What do people think elsewhere in the world? What is really the best way to ...