TripAdvisor Reviews Parkway Hotel Lahore
Travel Blogs from Lahore
... was carried out under the supervision of
Aurangzeb's foster brother, Muzaffar Hussain (also known as Fidai Khan
Koka), who was appointed Governor of Lahore
by Aurangzeb in May 1671 to specifically oversee the ...
... which were bumpy and not paved. It was around 3 or 4am when we finally arrived in the city and everything was closed and streets were dead empty. Trying to find someone to ask for directions was difficult, but we eventually ended up at the Pearl Continental hotel where we had our room bookings. The drive turned into a 9-10 hour drive instead of the expected 3 hours. So exhausting!
... bombs or guns or terrorism in my life from now on. It is also exciting to be going back to my old friends in Canada and to return to Waterloo again. Here is a list of things that I am going to do when I get back (inshallah): eat a waffle, go to sleep on MY BED, wake up and play VIDEO GAMES, and go and stay at Nano's (my grandmother's) house and come back just in time for the school year.
I am attaching pictures of my friends here for all of you to see.
... br> Lahore is a gentle introduction to Pakistan. My hotel, on a pedestrian-only street right next to the Lahore Fort complex, was conveniently situated yet removed from the hustle and life of the busy surrounding streets, How do you know you are staying in a tourist area? When the street lights are sponsored by Coke.
Lahore's Old City is a mix of modern, ...
In early February we first visited a place called Roshni Village. It is a place where people with special needs come to work with the volunteers in wood and textile workshops. They also participate in farming and baking with all-organic ingredients. The day that we went they were having a sort of open house where anybody could come and see what they were doing. There was an art contest and a whole bunch of other cool things like, a bake ...