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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    Travel Blogs from Islamabad

    Adventure Begins!

    A travel blog entry by pakreunion on Jul 03, 2015

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... or ibuprofen, a few bandages, and some antibacterial cream. These are the basics that will come in handy in case of a cut or scrape, and can help unitl you are able to seek professional medical attention if you need it. Waterproof matches or lighter and small flashlight are also important items, should you get caught out after dark. One of the most important things to do before leaving for your hike is to let someone know your plans, whether hiking by yourself or in a ...

    From Urumqi: A Blistering Hot Welcome to Pakistan!

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jun 22, 2012

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... proved to be no different. If anything it was worse than our past experiences (refer Travelpod publications "Painted Faces of the Silk Road, 2009" and "Secret Threads of the Old Silk Road, 2011"). Again we were in Absurdistan. At our first security check, our passports and tickets were scrutinised at least five times, ferocious staff demanding that we find for them our stamped visas. There were numerous more security checks, each time involving ...

    01. the story of i

    A travel blog entry by thestoryofi on Jan 12, 2010



    I talked to my friend on phone, we ask about the families of each other. After this I asked 'how are your neighbors'. Reply: I don’t know, may be are all well.

    You know it’s true our neighbors’ are well, good, health and happy. All are happy except me (I).

    May I know how many families and their family members in your (my) neighbor hood? ...

    Bomb, what bomb?

    A travel blog entry by vague-abonding on Oct 05, 2008

    1 photo

    The bombing of the Marriott hotel in Islamabad occurred whilst we were in Iran and immediately our otherwise innocent perceptions of Pakistan's capital warped into visions of a dark, dangerous and lawless city that was best avoided. It's slightly unfortunate name possibly adding to the fear on a sub-conscious level. Islam - a bad...religion/place? It is always hard to picture somewhere you haven't been, particularly when there are events playing out that ...

    Timshel and September 11

    A travel blog entry by lraleigh on Sep 11, 2007

    ... God is one" (29:46), but also states that they have misinterpreted the sacred texts of the Bible and the prophets of Abraham, Noah, Jesus, John, Jacob, Aaron, Moses, and others. In Christianity, Jesus Christ is considered the Son of God who came to Earth and died for the sins of man, inherited from the fall from Grace, the original sin of Adam and Eve. Jesus is thus given divinity status and is the one who forgives. In Islam, Jesus is considered a prophet and ...