TripAdvisor Reviews Parkway Hotel Lahore
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... for the
princely sum of 8 pence enabled you to travel on decent enough roads for the
next 50kilometres. Unfortunately as well as the Taliban problem, Balochistan
has been suffering an unacceptable spate of toll evasion, so all toll
collectors were now armed with AK45’s. We were a bit peeved that our request
had been turned down earlier, but the Levees commented on the efficacy of a
short burst in encouraging motorists to fulfil their legal ...
... 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 ...
... dancing (the men seem to be kept in their seats behind a barrier here) it was a fantastic atmosphere (watch the video when we get it finished and you will see what we mean).
We again looked over to Pakistan and they seemed a lot less cheerful. We are sure the cheers we could hear were part of the soundtrack played over the speakers as the crowd didn't seem to be making those noises)
Then the ceremony started properly and it was ...
... to visit the historical places of Pakistan. I would like to thanks my Travel Management Company or partner who organized my trip very well because there is a big law and order problem here in Pakistan, but I came here with a security guard (Zeeshan Naveed), who is a local Lahore, Pakistan Guy, my travel management company hired him for my guidance. Here ...
... Alamgiri Gate, Naulakha pavilion, and Moti Masjid. In 1981, the fort was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the Shalimar Gardens. The Pakistan Pavilion at Expo 2010 ...