Mirage Hotel

Address: 21 Lake Rd, 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

      Why Vehicle Wraps And Graphics Are A Smart Choice For Advertising Your Company

      A travel blog entry by bumpytalen897 on Jan 12, 15

      ... twenty five. eye-opening figures for sure. Perhaps we should not be afraid to try new marketing mediums.

      It might be fascinating to know which days see the most visitors. Perhaps your site is busier at weekends, or is regularly busier on a certain day of the 7 days. Why could this be? What can you do with this info? How can you use this to tailor your offline and online marketing?

      By leveraging inventive vision and with clever humor, Kevin Keator has discovered a ...

      Pretty well cooked well done!

      A travel blog entry by pakistanfathers on Dec 05, 2014

      ... shared the vision that until families are whole and fathers are home - we are in a horrid cycle of fatherlessness being the #1 social problem in civilized nations - sobering. I did feel protected at all times but in that vain I was not in a great place and it is always this way. People here live in a whole different world that will be difficult to describe except through the hundreds of pictures documenting the trip. Our hats off to Kim and ...

      Let Out In Lahore

      A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Aug 18, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... first voiced the idea of an independent Pakistan in the 1930's. Starting to get a bit hungry we headed into town and tried some street food, Samosas are a local delicacy and the two I had were very nice. You can watch them being cooked in giant frying pans full of boiling oil. We did have to walk around in what can only be described as filth. That evening we also tried some Roti which was very nice. You could add ginger and chilli to your own taste from small bowls and soak up the ...

      We finally saw Pakistan (from over the gate)

      A travel blog entry by p45 on Aug 06, 2013

      8 photos

      ... As soon as one side started this "call" the other would try and drown the other out. There were rows of huge speakers in a massive attempt to drown out the other side with more noise, needless to say, we should have brought along earplugs.
      There were many people on both sides holding flags, there were definitely more people on the Indian side as the stadiums were full.
      People were really screaming and shouting.
      It was a competition on both sides to see who ...

      My birthday

      A travel blog entry by asmatravels on Apr 26, 2013

      6 photos

      ... to bring in suitcases. We are going to ship some things before we go to the north so we have 3 days to pack the things that we will be taking along to Morocco and then we are leaving Pakistan traveling towards the end part of our trip.
      I am really excited to be going to Morocco and leaving Pakistan but at the same time kind of sad because I will have to leave all the great friends that I made here. It's good to be leaving Pakistan though because I really don't ...