Hotel Fewa Prince

Kundhar-14, P.O.Box 418, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Day 40: Pokhara

A travel blog entry by williampotter

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No rush. A day without appointments or destinations. I'm still waking to a trekking timetable, however. Fortunately so are Pokhara's bakeries. I have breakfast in the grounds of Hotel Fewa, beside the rippling lake, beneath boddhi trees, to a blend of classical music and cawing mynah birds. I take a taxi to the International Mountain Museum, a …

Birthday and Hiking - Days 12-14

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011

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... plenty of pictures and exchanged plenty of stories.

The weather is heating up in Pokhara. The days are getting warmer now, into the mid 20s. Lots of paragliders decorate the sky each day above us. The exercises and work outs are still hard work but easier to handle each day. My legs are handling it all very well. However I have aches in my back and shoulders each and every day. Monica takes steam baths and the occasional massage to releave any ...

Himalayas - Annapurna

A travel blog entry by outbounders

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... vertical and completed our third day in 6 hours. We arrived in Ghorepani early enough to catch the sunset on Poon Hill, and at 3,210 meters the view of the snowy rugged Annapurna Himalaya range was worth every gruelling step.

Day 4:

Having caught the sunset the night before, Alex and I decided to watch the sunrise closer to the hotel, we caught some amazing views! Alex captured a ...

Our Vacation's Red Wedding

A travel blog entry by steve_julie

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... knew the price based on purchases in India. The first shop quadrupled it, the second quintupled it but the third charged the actual, reasonable price. And none of the druggists were particularly nice. This is a tourist town so we have gone from being celebrities in Delhi to walking wallets in Pokhara.

Back at the room we have the “come to Jesus” conversation. Steve is unwell and it would be at least two, better three, more days before ...

Walk and taxi back to Pokhara.

A travel blog entry by russellgibson

... cutlery I did feel bad for them. But, as we have come to expect from the Nepalese people, they took the experience in with good humour and we had a very pleasant evening overlooking the lake during a scheduled power outage. (All of the nation’s power is hydro-generated, and not enough power can be created. The government notifies the citizens each day when the power will be off. Twice a day for three hours the people are without power and compensate by using UPS and ...

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This hotel, located on Kundhar-14, P.O.Box 418, Pokhara, is near Sarangkot, Seeing Hands Nepal, Gupteswar Gupha, and Patan Museum.
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