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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      Day 1

      A travel blog entry by pamb52 on Apr 15, 2014

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      ... Mowadat's father, sister and guests from the UK. While driving me to his house, Mowadat explained his mother had PTSD from getting speared when she was 15 during the Partition in 1947. When the British left India, they decided to divide India and create Pakistan for Muslims, leaving India for Hindus. After the announcement there was mass hysteria as people tried taking over each other's properties, over 1 million were killed and 6 million forced to leave their ...

      How to Work with SEO Blog

      A travel blog entry by workwithseo on Sep 28, 2011

      ... policies, and how customer friendly are they?
      Link building Software is a huge part of search engine optimization today. Just as every page of your website hast to be peppered with the right keywords at the right frequency, your keywords need to be linking into your site from other valuable websites. One way to do this is to start up a blog on a subject that directly interlinks with your website.
      As a business user, using the web to its full ...

      For Better or For Worse - We Head off to Islamabad

      A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 03, 2011

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      ... began to feel a bit brighter about our stay in Pakistan.

      Ishaq Ali was right. Islamabad International Airport looked calm enough. Probably too calm. When we were last there in 2009 for our flight out to Urumqi, China, the airport had been absolutely chaotic with literally thousands of people pushing in every direction and frenetic queuing procedures. We arrived from our Dubai flight around 9.30 pm and the airport was eerily dead quiet.

      We ...

      A European feel in Islamabad

      A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Mar 03, 2009

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      ... up here to escape and there were drinks stalls and 'shoot the balloon with a gun' game that seems popular here. Later we went down to the zoo which was also nice for a walk. It's a nice area for families and kids and P said her younger daughter loved it here and even spent some time in the local school. In the evenings I got to meet P's friends who either dropped in for a drink or we went out for food. It was interesting to meet some 'modern' or ...

      Farewell India - hello Pakistan

      A travel blog entry by queenietord on Jun 04, 2008

      1 comment

      ... decorated than the ones in India - if you can believe that from those of you who were here with me earlier this year. When we got to the hotel there was another meeting to say that China has now decided to do lots of army maneuvers at the point where we will be crossing in from Pakistan. We knew that Kashgar was being garrisoned but this is a step up. The upshot is that whilst we think that they will allow us in they won't allow the truck in and at present it seems ...