Shangrila Resort Hotel Murree Hills
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Alot of sights to see , fun ,amazement and enjoyment.
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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, ...
... highly relieved when the staff managed to turn on the lodge generators. The air conditioner started up and we sank into an exhausted sleep.
* We had spent a morning wandering around the nearby streets and especially enjoyed some sandwiches that we bought from a local store. They have become quite a favourite of ours and which we fondly call "Islamabad Sandwiches". They simply comprise sliced tandoori chicken, hard boiled eggs and coleslaw. Simple but ...
... caped with snow, I was about to waste all my pictures on those mountains but my father advised me that I was going to get a lot of other better opportunities to take pictures later. After sometime, we stopped at a place where there were somethings to eat as my sister was getting hungry. We boughts Lays, Freshup Bubble Gum, and my father spotted some pakora stalls as well, we bought them. The view ...
The 18 hour bus journey seemed to pass quite quickly this time, and certainly wasn't as eventful! M knew someone else on the bus so at the food stops we ate with him and his wife. Before we knew it, we were back in Pindi - the first time I'd seen a city and even traffic signals in ages! I missed the mountains already! We spent one night ...
... Pakistan compared to India. Ever the diplomat I told them what they wanted to hear chanted a few Pakistan zindabad which almost caused a riot they were so pleased. They used up most of the film in their camera taking photos of us instead of the ancient relics - no snide remarks please! The 3 veiled women came and asked us similar questions and were equally pleased with our answers. I tried to impress with my few Urdu phrases of telling them my name, aselum alikum ...