Islamabad Serena Hotel

Address: Khayaban-e-Suhrawardy, Islamabad, 44000, Pakistan | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Khayaban-e-Suhrawardy, Islamabad, is near Supreme Court of Pakistan, Kalam Bazaar, and Waterfalls near Kalam.
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      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by pamb52 on Apr 17, 2014

      9 photos

      After a breakfast of fresh guava juice and an omelet we went to the healing centre (THT) for a 3 hour meeting with the Executive. Then lunch with the Rotary Club of Islamabad Cosmopolitan. They meet at the Marriott Hotel near the Red Zone (high security area where parliament is). The Marriott was bombed ...

      From Urumqi: A Blistering Hot Welcome to Pakistan!

      A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jun 22, 2012

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... us as we headed off into Rawalpindi, the sister city of the capital and onto our now very familiar Hunza Embassy Lodge in the leafier parts of downtown Islamabad. And once again, we felt like we were home - and with family. Since our first visit to Pakistan in 2009, Ishaq Ali and his cousin Sadruddin Ali have been wonderful agents, providing great service and who now we regard as being part of our family. It has always been strange that ...


      A travel blog entry by tsimko on Apr 03, 2010

      ... but a surprise came. They wouldn’t accept me due to a stamp by my visa in the passport, preventing me from staying in military cantonment. As I found out, all the cheap lodges conveniently located in the downtown were in a military cantonment zone. Angry I walked few kilometers up the town, but all hotels I checked were either expensive or full (local way of saying we don’t accept foreigners). Even angrier I ...

      A quick stop in Pindi

      A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Jan 19, 2009

      4 photos

      ... own society this was difficult to accept, but it was offence to refuse. We spent a couple of days in 'Pindi', looking at the beautifully decorated Suzuki people carriers, and at the shops and stalls selling all kinds of things. We got prepared for the cold weather and brought simple army thermal tops and a small gas heater - for around 7 this gas bottle and heating element would be invaluable in ...

      Timshel and September 11

      A travel blog entry by lraleigh on Sep 11, 2007

      ... that gives a choice. It might be the most important word in the world. That says the way is open. That throws it right back on a man. For if 'Thou mayest'-it is also true that 'Thou mayest not.'" In other words, man has free will. Why is this important? Am I off track here? Perhaps... Back on September 11, 2001, I was reading East of Eden, a gift from Elisabeth, my girlfriend at the time. I noticed Mars above the mountainous horizon at sunset, looming red. ...