Hotel Greenwich Village

Address: PO Box 837, Kopundole Height, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 837, Kopundole Height, Kathmandu, is near Annapurna Mountain Range, Mount Everest, Mountain Monarch Adventures, and Rara Lake.
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        Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

        Mount Everest

        A travel blog entry by ritahkamp on Oct 10, 2015

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        Went on a small airplane to see Mount Everest and 5 of the other largest mountains in the world. It left me speechless and in awe. Truly incredible sights. We visited Boudhanath Stupa. The holy site like Mecca for Nepalese Buddhists. It was round monument with relics of one of the Buddhas. There were prayer wheels all around and you said Om mane pad me hum and could hear others chanting that as well. The top of the stupa was cracked in the earthquake so they ...

        Arrival and Survival

        A travel blog entry by yiasia on Sep 21, 2015

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        WE ARE IN NEPAL!

        It only took 3 days, butt sweat, and tears. There was so much sitting on planes we became one with the seats, integrating ourselves with the local culture. Soon, we were masters at plane sitting, and the only part we couldn't stand was standing. This was, of course, after one of our flights was postponed enough to be basically canceled, and we had to hold on to the wings of a random flight to Tokyo. After landing ...

        Kathmandu and Bhaktapur

        A travel blog entry by coastpath on Aug 23, 2015

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        ... we arrived we were a bit disorientated and were immediately pounced on by a man who wanted to guide us. Having paid the 'entry fee' in US dollars we set off in what turned out to be the wrong direction in our haste to shake off the character who was being extremely persistent.

        We found ourselves in narrow ancient lanes with no other tourists and for a moment wondered if we were ever going to find our way back to the taxi.


        Back to Kathmandu!

        A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Apr 19, 2015

        3 comments, 1 photo

        ... We were feeling human again and ready to put our lives at risk whilst avoiding the mad drivers on the roads of Kathmandu to have a burger and chips! Did we ever really do all that trekking?? Seems like a distant memory after a hair wash, western toilet, shower and a "real" meal! I'm sure our bodies will continue to remind us that indeed we did, at least for the next few days! ...

        Up to Laurabina Pass (15,200ft) then down to Phedi

        A travel blog entry by sefleming on Mar 25, 2015

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        ... to do his BS in the US as he was born in the US and so is a citizen. The second pair I met last night. They are from Israel. Dad had a very difficult experience when he was doing his time in the military there, and he wanted to do something enjoyable for his son, who will start his military service in only a few months. They did some trekking on the Annapurna circuit (but the pass has been closed now for several weeks due to excessive snow and Avalanche ...