Shangrila Resort Hotel Murree Hills
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Alot of sights to see , fun ,amazement and enjoyment.
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Leslie and I had a blast today. Our persistence trying to go on a Community Liaison Officer (CLO) trip paid off with our selection to participate in the trip to Murree, Pakistan.
Murree began as a British cantonment in the middle of the 19th century. At some point during its time under British rule, a brewery began operating in Murree under the name Murree Brewery. Today, that brewing operation is now located in Rawalpindi, ...
In winter,2012, i went to muree and i felt really happy because there was snow and the scenery was really beautiful , we loved the forests and i loved to see the snow on top of trees and all over the road. when we reached our hotel , it was evening, i asked my father if we could go to mall road and then when we went to mall road it was really crowded , i was a little disappointed but afterwards when we started to shop, ...
... is 100% contrary, a messy lively low-rise city with the perfect chaos. Walking around the streets is great fun with hundreds of things to see and smell.
We also went to Taxila, 30km west of Rawalpindi which is one of South Asia’s richest archeological sites regarding Ghandara Buddhism. The excavations sites are dated back 300BC and the Museum has well-preserved Buddha statues and some coins from ...
... control beyond the main highway. As mentioned earlier in this travelogue, Canadian Defence personnel we met in Tashkorgan had warned us about taking this route by road as their intelligence indicated that in this area the Taliban were very close to the highway. Our Australian High Commission had advised also that Besham was "not particularly safe". Furthermore, we were advised that this leg of the Karakoram Highway was ...
... seat for awhile, had my pic taken by people in the next car, got lost 7 times, tried 8 ATM's before getting to the one i needed to get to, taxi engine over-heated, driver lost the water tank cap in the engine so drove on without it.....i eventually got back around 10pm and had some well-earned room service!! tomorrow then we fly over the karakoram mountains and up to gilgit (only about an hour i think) where we meet the truck again (if it made ...