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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Manaslu Kathmandu
Rooms are clean and quite spacious. No fridge, but towels are supplied. Very quiet area away from hustle and bustle. 200rup to Thamel shopping area. Not sure about window to the loo - direct view from my bed.
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Today was a free day in Kathmandu. We went and explored Thamel brought the required bags for our trek.
Lunch was at Northfield Cafe and as usual we asked if the Nepal Set was spice, and they always say not too spicy and of course it was spicy.
Everyone enjoyed their meals.
After we found what we thought was Pilgrim Bookshop, …
Today we went to three temples in Kathmandu. Two Buddha Temples and one Hindu.
The first was a monkey temple where there we lots and lots of monkeys. This temple was Swayambhunath and is known for its whitewash stupa. This is one of Nepal's sacred Buddhist shrines. We walked clockwise around the stupa listening to the people prayer there …
After a bit of a tress full time getting the visas and leaving a document pack on the counter we made it through. Ngima was waiting and tools us to our hotel, Hotel Manaslu. It looks really nice. For the rest of the day we tried to get some of the stuff to the babies. Especially the formula. At about 3 pm we made it to the transit home where Bo and …
... bus park and we are heading for the our destiny Changunarayan Temple one of the Hindu's biggest temple which is listed into UNESCO world heritage site, this is located at the top of the hill and middle of the Jungle, in Bhaktapur district, this temple is god Bishnu, this is 3 steps temple, we cans see first stone write in this temple area, from this temple we cans see very nice Himalaya range of Langtang range and Ganesh Himalaya ramge.
from Salkhu ...
On our way back, I decided to go for a shave. Usually, I thoroughly enjoy the old hot towel, creamy lather and straight-razor treatment. This wasn’t one of those times. First off; the ‘razor’ looked like one of those home-made shanks you see in prison movies, a razor blade inserted into the split end of something that looked like it might once have been a toothbrush. Secondly; there was no preparatory hot towel. Thirdly; ...