Grand Millennium Guest House

Kaldhara, Paknajol Kathmandu, Kathmandu, G.P.O. 5045, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

Kathmandu!

A travel blog entry by ginenneandrob

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... without a guide and we only had to carry our personal clothes and supplies. The accommodations were extremely cheap ranging from $0 to $5 per night. It was however expected that you eat where you sleep, but still the meals were a maximum of $4.50 and very hearty. Every owner had a "sister" in the next village where she would want you to stay at. One time in an attempt to make us commit to the families next guesthouse one proprietor gave ...

Trekking in Nepal

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock

3
98

... s a good option if you very hungry.

Day 2: Syafrubensi - Rimche

We woke up and had a breakfast of oat porridge with muesli, which continued to be our breakfast choice every morning of the trek, and then started the trek for the day. We walked upwards at a steady and comfortable incline through the narrow river valley. We stopped for lunch at a lovely spot on a cliff over the river. The sun was shining strong on us but the wind was ...

Everest

A travel blog entry by rachelandjamie

30

After some R n R in Pokhara we headed for Kathmandu and flew up to the Everest region. We were a bit delayed however as Nepal were having their first election in 8 years. In most other countries this would pass with a minimum fuss, however car bombings and scar tactics seem to pass for campaigning when you are part of the Maoist party.

When it was finally safe to travel we took our life into our ...

I know I know

A travel blog entry by jonpoland

3

I'm sorry I abandoned you for the last nine days. It was a combination of being focused on other things, the weather being too cold to expose my hands to the atmosphere, and just not being inspired (i.e. when the weather gets cold, non-essential functions like creative writing shut down to conserve other parts of my brain).

While I was in Bhaktapur, when I wasn't hunting thangka, I was doing two things. First, I tried to track down the Buddhist expat ...

Pre-trek Talk

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

... important things that fellow trekkers have warned us is that the sleeping bags loose their "fluff" rather quickly if it is not good fill. Since it is the Fluff Factor that keeps you warm at night, we want serious fluff. We will be sleeping each night in a teahouse, and I was able to speak with a Serbian couple about what these are like. Apparently, almost all of them have wood stoves, so the cabins get very cozy in the ...

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This hotel, located on Kaldhara, Paknajol Kathmandu, Kathmandu, is near Thamel, Durbar Square, Kaiser Library, and Casino Everest.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding