Pearl Continental Hotel Rawalpindi

Address: The Mall Road, Rawalpindi, 46000, Pakistan | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on The Mall Road, Rawalpindi, is near University of Agriculture.
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    Travel Blogs from Rawalpindi

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by pamb52 on Apr 15, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Roop completed her medical training in China and is now starting her internship as a psychiatrist. She has agreed to be my escort while I am here - or as her father says my "Conduct Officer". Our driver then took us to the Folk Festival, a week long event of crafts, dancing and exhibits from the five provinces in Pakistan. Roop suggested I get Mehndi - Indian henna tattoos on my arms and hands. They will fade eventually! Dinner was at the Rana home with the EMDR ...

    For Better or For Worse - We Head off to Islamabad

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 03, 2011

    4 photos

    ... began to feel a bit brighter about our stay in Pakistan.

    Ishaq Ali was right. Islamabad International Airport looked calm enough. Probably too calm. When we were last there in 2009 for our flight out to Urumqi, China, the airport had been absolutely chaotic with literally thousands of people pushing in every direction and frenetic queuing procedures. We arrived from our Dubai flight around 9.30 pm and the airport was eerily dead quiet.

    We ...

    A European feel in Islamabad

    A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Mar 03, 2009

    2 photos

    ... and they were really nice guys with a very different lifestyle to the other parts of Pakistan that I'd visited. P loves it here - particularly for the people side- her friends just drop in to see her without making 'appointments' as it works in Europe. She likes the fact that things just happen - I've got to agree that side is really appealing and something I've got used to since I've been here - you don't always know who you'll see of where you'll end up but ...

    Farewell India - hello Pakistan

    A travel blog entry by queenietord on Jun 04, 2008

    1 comment

    ... will have to stay in no man's land for 10 days with the truck while we continue by local transport. It takes 3 hours to drive across no man's land the area is so vast so he will take us as far as he can. Problem is that people are meeting us in Bishkek for the next leg and at that point Andy will still be marooned in no man's land living off fermented yak's milk and sheep's eye balls. I'm sure it will all work out fine. Andy set off to drive the dangerous part of ...

    Quetta to Islamabad

    A travel blog entry by martyt on Jun 11, 2007

    4 comments, 25 photos

    ... friendly Afghans have found refuge and a place to make ends meet. Peshawar was chaotic, just watching rickshaws negotiate pedestrians negotiate scooters from the hotel roof was nerve-racking. Being in it was a little too much. In Karimabad literacy was 80% - overall Pakistan has 50% literacy. Up there people beleive in a different type of Islam where women should be empowered and schools are everywhere. Just 300km South of Karimabad in Chilas women are banished from public and an ...