Islamabad Marriott Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... again. They seemed just as excited to see us this time as the last. Another 100 meters or so down from them, we saw three children under the lift. They asked us for candy or money. If my hands had been free, I probably would have tossed them some money, but, between my camera, backpack, and newly acquired basket, I could not manage anything else.
At the base, the chairlift stopped again so we could get off. ...
... be evacuated from Shogrin, travel 5 hours through the night, to Islamabad. Police reported that a terrorist threat had been made against the race and the cyclists- something which is still unclear to this day. The four of us were taken hurriedly to our cottage and told to quietly, and without fuss, pack essentials as quickly as we could- this was at 1am. We had an armed policeman and bodyguard in the jeep on the journey down to home. Gum has probably ...
As for our forward journey we travelled the same route back to Islamabad via Balakot, Mansehra, Abbottabad and Taxilla. The entire trip took over six hours for just 239 kilometers.
Coming into Islamabad city late in the afternoon we were surprised by the number of armed police in the streets. In fact it seemed there more police than people. When we questioned Sadruddin as to whether there was any trouble, ...
... was reasonably pleasant and uneventful. On our arrival a European guy dressed casually in jeans and a t-shirt followed me down the stairs of the plane. He asked me what we were doing in Islamabad and then poured out his own story. He was more than a bit agitated, explaining that he was a journalist who had spent the last three days fleeing overland from war torn Libya. He said he was pleased to be "home in Islamabad". After hearing his hair raising ...