The Bluebird Hotel

Address: Pardi, Pokhara, Nepal | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Pardi, Pokhara, is near Phewa Tal, Fewa Tal, Devi's Fall, and Seeing Hands Nepal.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Bluebird Hotel Pokhara

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Day 1: From Pokhara to Hile

A travel blog entry by edithschmid on Jul 29, 2015

10 photos

... ending at the northern most point: Muktinath. If my body is strong enough and I don't get altitude sickness, I will attempt to get up to the Thorong La pass - given that the weather allows it. But getting up there starting in the West is difficult, since the ascend is very steep and acclimatization is not as long as if one starts slowly but steadily in the East. Still I will try. My guide is a nice Nepalese woman called Laxmi and after ...

The Earthquake-Nepal

A travel blog entry by lolitatravels on Apr 25, 2015

24 photos

... those big ones roll down and drop into the river. The guide told us if we felt 3 times the water shaking with a noise but as we all first timer water rafting we can't felt the difference of choppy waters or an earthquake.
we decided to continue the rest of the rafting which took about another 2hrs and 1/2 in total. we had our pit stop in between due strong wind and somehow we felt after shocked too.

frankly I didn't know how intensive the ...

Rafting part dos

A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Apr 16, 2015

17 photos

... up almost on a cliff and he kept shouting ‘namaste’, ‘hello’, ‘you give me cookie’ over and over again – just screaming louder and louder! How on earth he thought we would get the cookies to him, had we have had any, I have no idea!

Safely through the days rapids we stopped for lunch in the sunshine after getting changed. The usual post-mortem of the day’s events ensued, then it was another rough, 3 hour bus ride back to ...

The ABC of trekking / Das ABC des Trekking

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Apr 05, 2015

1 comment, 203 photos

... mean the food will be the same as we had quite a few different versions of the same thing. The prices increase the further you get up the mountain, but most meals were $3-$4 and usually enough for 1 person. Our porters would act as our waiters in the restaurants. From Sinuwa onwards, there were no more mules and all of the food was carried in by humans. The Nepalese carry baskets on their back but attached only at the head. These guys would often fly passed ...

Driving up another mountain

A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Mar 28, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... the morning views. The eldest daughter, Germima, had lived in London for quite a few years & spoke very good English. It seems that she has become westernised and now does not like it back in Nepal. In 2 months she's off to Germany with her sister. The old lady, Germimas mum, whispered in my ear "you want smoke?" & before I knew what had happened I had got some more! Told to only smoke in secret I headed to my room to try it out. Very nice!

Went for a short ...