Smart Hotel Lahore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Mughal, Sikh and British rulers. It has two gates one is known as Alamgiri Gate build by Emperor Aurangzeb which opens towards Badshahi Mosque and other older one known as Maseeti ...
Last year I went to Lahore with my sister. I stayed at my Grandfather's house. It was a very good trip. We went to see many places with my cousins. We went to the Badshahi mosque and went to see the Lahore fort. We had different types of food over there and had a lot of fun. The mosque was very big, the biggest I have ever seen. I also went to see my old school, which was very different from before.
We are starting to get ready for our next adventure - a trip North to the mountain areas of Pakistan! We are planning to go to Hunza valley with the LUMS Adventure Society (LAS) in a few days. Apparently, it's a brutally long trip up there - 3 days by road on busses - but worth it once you're there. We won't have much internet access ...
... ugly in Pakistan, but in Lahore it has been a very festive type of partying atmosphere. And, surprisingly, family and child friendly. You see kids out on the streets and in cars waving cricket bats everywhere (the political logo of Imran Khan is the cricket bat).
It's all very exciting I have to say. With Imran Khan's fall and injuries a few days ago, some undecided voters may give him the sympathy vote. We'll see what happens tomorrow ...
... many phone calls between Qassim and us trying to understand each other. In the end we just gave him the dimensions and that we wanted the rug to have camel hair in it and basically left it up to him to decide on the design and means of getting it to us. We had absolutely no idea whether we would ever see anything from this dude, since he was also in Sindh and we had no idea how he would get the rug to us or how we would pay for it or even what ...