Shalimar Hotel

Address: GPO Box No.93, Rawalpindi, Pakistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on GPO Box No.93, Rawalpindi, is near University of Agriculture, Kalam Bazaar, and Waterfalls near Kalam.
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    Travel Blogs from Rawalpindi

    Flying DXB-ISB

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 15, 2012

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    ... to dinner at Cafe Lazeez, a restaurant just down the street. It’s a nice place and the food was great, but we were the only persons sitting outside on the terrace and I’m not sure if I recall seeing anybody inside either.

    We went back to the house to enjoy some cocktails (liquor sales are banned to Muslims in Pakistan, but foreigners may drink – and Steve buys duty-free liquor at the U.S. Embassy!) I used Steve’s cellphone to call the ...

    How to Work with SEO Blog

    A travel blog entry by workwithseo on Sep 28, 2011

    How to find impressive blogs is a precise complicated question to answer in simple words because it is sincerely complicated to locate the thorough blog that you are searching in the web. There are millions of them in the web with daily inclusion of thousands of fresh ones. The simple remedy can be a Google search for the right blog that you need. There is a series of blogs, which appear on the screen with top quality content and you may find the information ...

    Islamabad - Capital City of Pakistan

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jun 13, 2009

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    ... Saeed Book Bank. The store was probably one of the best book stores we had ever seen with a huge range of books in English. Totally absorbed in our browsing, we were approached by a softly spoken young Pakistani man. He seemed to appear from nowhere and asked us if we were tourists. In eerily low tones he warned us to be very careful in his country and told us under no circumstances should we travel to Peshawar. We told him that we had no intention of going there, given the ...

    Head Scarves make your Head Melt & Dragoman Suck

    A travel blog entry by nikkiviper on Jun 05, 2008

    ... islamabad to gilgit after all. oh, but you have to be a male, no girls please. its a complete JOKE. the rules are you are "signed off" the trip but youre basically still making the trip on the drago truck so that kind of the negates the whole off the trip bit as its drago who are facilitating you getting from A to B. in my mind signing off means you make your own way in a local bus. the crew have said that its in our interest, that its the culture ...

    Hell amongst the pious Part I

    A travel blog entry by kafir_mel on Jun 13, 2007


    ... not, I am actually wearing a shalwar kameez (long sleeved shirt, long pants, and dupatta (scarf) wrapped around my neck. Did I mention it's an oven during the day here? I currently look more bedouin than chic Lahore lady but at least my modesty is now protected by the folds of my scarf across my chest. Can't lead men astray by showing them the outline of my body shape, can I? ;) Still doubtful if I am being recognised as a female though, with my head revealing my short ...