Pearl-Continental Hotel Peshawar

Address: Khyber Rd, Peshawar, 25000, Pakistan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Khyber Rd, Peshawar, is near Badshahi Mosque, Wagah Border, Lahore Museum, and Fort and Shalamar Gardens.
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      Khyber Pass and Khazi

      A travel blog entry by di4health on Feb 05, 1988

      45 photos

      Today we went for a tour of Peshawar. We went through the 4 bazaars.We saw where the camel trains from the past used to lodge overnight. This lodging was to allow them to recoup after crossing the Khyber pass and before entering India.
      We has a lovely cup of green tea on the grass floor in a local teahouse. We has to take off our shoes before …

      Just in time for a wedding...

      A travel blog entry by ruafza129 on Aug 13, 2013

      13 photos

      ... going on to day three, and I'm already tired! Actually, I should point out that my timing isn't that fortuitous. I mean, girls here get married all the time; my mom's friend Ayesha told me that in the last month she went to five weddings! That's five weeks of partying!

      So naturally I have to tell you all about what I've experienced so far, and what I'm told I will experience in the next couple of days. I will say that Pakistani weddings, at least ...

      How to get a Chinese Visa for Dummies

      A travel blog entry by nalddo on Jul 22, 2010

      5 photos

      ... between the 2 countries. The crowd repeatedly shouted "Pakistan zindabad !" (Long live Pakistan), while on the Indian side, something similar about India was sung. Sometime during the ceremony, the border gate was opened and officers of both countries shook hands very quickly… When I came back to the hostel, I learnt from the news that 2 bombs exploded in Lahore during this afternoon. Let's call it a normal day in Lahore, so far that since there were less than ...

      The Temptations of Big Bear, and other books

      A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jun 01, 2010

      ... frontier just over a century ago. Peter Matthiessen has written some of the best non-fiction books I know, including The Snow Leopard, In the Spirit of Crazy Horse, and Under the Mountain Wall. Killing Mister Watson is a story involving isolated frontier settlements, struggle against the forces of nature, and taking the law into one's own hands in the absence of any authorized agency. If I asked you to guess which US state it is set in, I reckon ten guesses ...


      A travel blog entry by tsimko on Apr 22, 2010

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... place to hang around – at the back it was too smoky from the exhaust fumes, I front too risky as the bus could move forward any time (we stopped in a downhill position), on one side a steep valley just ca half a meter off the road and on the other side rolling stones danger.
      In Rawalpindi (Islamabad’s twin) we safely arrived at 5am. I failed to find a reasonable room again (mostly hotels wouldn’t accept foreigners), so ...