Astoria Hotel

Address: G.P.O. Box 981, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on G.P.O. Box 981, Kathmandu, is near Durbar (Central) Square, Mountain Monarch Adventures, Asan, and Casino Royale.
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      Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

      Day 47: Wrapping Up

      A travel blog entry by khushibird on Jan 07, 2015

      "Keep Moving.." I read on an ad board as I walked through dusty road to the hospital. I smirked. I will! Grandmother looks better than previous evening. They said she will be discharged soon. I tried to cramp up all I could do , shop , meet Sus dada and Bid in one day in Kathmandu. I told my story to Bid - "that path you walked is an easy path! You climbed down hill mostly. We have to climb up for several days in snow, to go to the mountains and village of ...

      The Mountain Kingdom Pt. 1

      A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Dec 23, 2014

      7 photos

      ... which I offered to take safer paths, Anna decided to choose option three. Along with four other guests and two guides, The Fellowship was born and 'The Eight' would depart for the jungles at noon.
      After a nervous lunch the time had come and the guide arrived with his partner. I must confess that I did not feel at ease for the stick seemed to weigh more than the leader, and he seemed to struggle to carry it, furthermore I was ...

      Back on a Glutinous Journey

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Dec 10, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the pyres you can enter the temple complex at which point you will be requested to pay but if like me you don't need to see another temple walk to the southern edge of the complex and then follow the processions.

      After my fill of death I head up to Boudhanath. The holiest Tibetan site in Nepal. Originally on the main route between Kathmandu and Lhasa many merchants prayed here for safe journeys to Lhasa. Aside from the overwhelmingly Nepalese ...

      Stop One: Nepal. But first, flights and layovers!

      A travel blog entry by pdixon on Oct 19, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... a traveler's visa, you need a receipt that you have paid for said visa already. In order to pay for the visa, you need a preliminary form. Each of these steps required a different line. I nailed the first one, and then proceeded to get into line #3 before line #2, because the signs were hopelessly misleading. At the same time, I began to realize how lucky I was to speak either English or Nepali. There is no third language ...

      Everest, Buddha, and a Handful of Monkeys

      A travel blog entry by pattihonacki on Oct 12, 2014

      14 photos

      ... different. We had lunch at the Patan Museum Cafe, in search of the best Momo. Yes, it was overpriced, but it's all relative. Should I get Momo from a street restaurant for 120 rupees? Or pay 300 rupees at a high-priced but CLEAN touristy place. I usually try to avoid 'touristy' places, but I also actively avoid diarrhea. Btw- 100 rupees is $1. I spent $8 on lunch. Still a bargain. I ordered the Buffalo Momo. Remember that cows are sacred to Hindu people, so buffalo is their ...

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