Hotel Fewa Prince

Address: Prithvi Rajmarg, Chauthe, Pokhara, 33700, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Prithvi Rajmarg, Chauthe, Pokhara, is near Sarangkot, Seeing Hands Nepal, Gupteswar Gupha, and Patan Museum.
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      Day 9

      A travel blog entry by epic1adventure on Nov 10, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      Arrived at lunchtime at Thoran phedi Just a 500m walk up. Everyone getting very edgy about tomo which is when we go over the pass. The weather is glorious and no sign of any change. It's going to be a long pull the best part of 1000m up to the top and over that down. Most have not been yo that height so that is an added anxiousness. I'm not that …

      Daal Bhat Power (Trekking in the Annapurna)

      A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Mar 31, 2015

      5 photos

      ... routes would take me back to Naya Pul, where I'd started and would involve walking mainly on dirt roads which basically, didn't sound anywhere near as fun as the trails. Besides, over the last few days I'd gotten quite in to all this trekking malarky and felt like venturing on to see more places, and now that I was by myself, see how much ground I was capable of covering. The girls were staying in Ghandruk for the night as, due to time constraints, they would get a taxi back ...

      Holi Cow

      A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Mar 24, 2015

      5 photos

      ... and when I got to Pokhara. Not wanting to break a promise, I climbed the spiral staircase up to the bar which had a pool table, carom table, several musical instruments and a couple of low-cushioned chill out sections. I liked this place immediately, and seeing as I'd already planned on spending a decent amount of time in Pokhara, declared this to be my new local. I ended up taking a room in the guest house of the bar, down the road, which the owner offered me cheaper than the one ...

      The road to Pokhara

      A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 11, 2015

      27 photos

      In the 5 hours driving from Chitwan to Phokara, I got to see small towns, villages and the roads that wind through the mountains. The scenery was beautiful. I saw where the Seti River and the Trishuli River merge to form the Narayani river (that flows into India) and was surprised by the disparity between the water colour of each... considering they're fed by either springs or the pristine mountain ranges. Fast Fact - "Seti" means "White" in Nepali. These rivers are ...

      Going off the grid

      A travel blog entry by sefleming on Mar 11, 2015

      I'm on my way by GreenLine bus to Kathmandu, and will leave tomorrow morning to start our 19 day trek. I'm told that it is suppose to rain on Friday, but time will tell. The last couple of days have been both interesting and busy. Two women friends of Archana finally arrived from California. They had spent 4 days waiting to get out of Istanbul, following the Turkish Airlines fiasco that closed the Kathmandu airport. Both have been to Nepal more than 20 times, and both have ...