Astoria Hotel

G.P.O. Box 981, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

A Birthday

A travel blog entry by jusandra


... and after enjoying a pizza with sliced tomato and herbs (I know, sounds boring but oh so good) I blissfully drifted off to sleep on a real mattress! Its the little things that make all the difference.
Monday was a rest day. I lazed around on the day beds enjoying the sunshine and reading for most of the day then found the energy to walk to the bank and withdraw some cash.
Lazimpat has changed considerably since my last visit....a lot can happen ...

Trekking in Nepal

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock


... the prices of everything and the discounts he would get for us or himself. We paid for everything up front before we left for the trek except for whatever we drank, so it was a bit annoying to constantly be talked to about the burden of prices when we didn’t have to worry about that for once. I figured he was the oldest child growing up and also that he got picked on quite a bit as a kid. I figured these things because he is very responsible ...

Leaving For Our Four Week Trek

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda


... by children, and look dirty and worn down. Perhaps there isn't a culture of government protecting or preserving art/religious items here? After building up an appetite, we went to get some Tibetan food including Tongba, their special "hot beer" ( We're leaving on our trek tomorrow morning and will be hiking of four weeks. Internet will be absent/very limited for the next month. We'll try to log on when we can. Missing you all, Amanda and ...

I know I know

A travel blog entry by jonpoland


... operation. They did well for a while, but business has dried up and they need new outlets to market their goods. I considering combining my love of purchasing thangkas with buying a bunch of their rugs/shawls and opening a retail store in Seattle. But that would be a lot of work and a lot of risk, both of which I'm not very fond of.

So I came up with a new plan, one that better leverages my skill-set, has a fraction of the up-front risk and wouldn't ...

Two weeks in Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


... the road. Cars often come inches away from hitting people, traffic jams are very common, with drivers believing that horns will make their cars narrower, or make the streets wider. Touts abound, selling everything from chess boards, to flutes. Tiger balm and hash seem to be the most common things sold.

After spending two weeks in one place, mostly waiting to get to Tibet China, we’re more than ready to get back on the road. From Tibet we will ...

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This hotel, located on G.P.O. Box 981, Kathmandu, is near Mountain Monarch Adventures, Durbar (Central) Square, Asan, and Casino Royale.
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