Lahore Country Club

Address: Khursheed Begum Road, Lahore, 54000, Pakistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tlalnepantla/Northern Mexico City area of Lahore, is near Sozo Water Park, Ali Hajvery's Tomb, Hafeez Center, and University of Engineering and Technology Lahore.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Lahore

Pretty well cooked well done!

A travel blog entry by pakistanfathers on Dec 05, 2014

... It routines goes off 5-6 times a day - back up generators are routine. The military here will always be in control and have a presence everywhere. It is no nonsense along with the police force bigger than most armies. Lahore is over 6 million but who really knows. In some places the super stores are everywhere and elsewhere horrible poverty. It is one or the other. The health system is non existent and just third world unlike some India ...

INDIA for me… looking back on my time here

A travel blog entry by foegoer on Aug 10, 2014

... Some of you I am sure to meet again in the (near) future and that makes me smile even during my departure. Travelling alone in India in a home-on-wheels has not always been easy, yet definitely not as hard as some might think. Trust in help when needed and the goodness of most people is the key and has opened many doors, bathrooms (I surely did my share of showers at people's places!!), and hearts of people for me. India is indeed Incredible, in all aspects.

India we will meet ...

Lahore Fort

A travel blog entry by kufarooq on Feb 05, 2014

14 photos

... of Lahore from 1180 to 1186 AD.
In 1758, the fort was captured by the Maratha forces under Raghunathrao.[6]Then the Bhangi

Let Out In Lahore

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 18, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... had my picture taken so may times in one day. People were very interested in where we were from and what we thought of Pakistan. One gentleman bought us all a bottle of water as part of the hospitality, in his words. The photograph situation continued for the rest of the day. The red brick fort with its giant Alamgiri Gate, to allow several elephants to enter at the same time, was a massive complex with ample grounds which I imagine would have had beautiful gardens. There were some ...

Birthday bears!

A travel blog entry by louper on May 20, 2013

57 photos

... was the price tag, but I won The Killen over by the 'birthday' card a number of times! It was a calm location to spend a few days and I was beginning to think all this 'India is crazy' talk was rubbish. Ajanta = middle of nowhere, Khana = middle of nowhere, Trains & buses = crazy. But so far I was coping! I was pretty proud of myself.

Again, aside from the wildlife, it was the beauty of the people that got my finger snapping on the shutter.