Kathmandu Prince Hotel

Address: G.P.O. Box 8974, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on G.P.O. Box 8974, Kathmandu, is near Asan, Kaiser Library, Nagarjun Forest Reserve, and The Tribhuvan, Mahendra, and Birendra Museums.
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    A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Oct 01, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... the hostel.

    By doing this we passed through a very poor looking neighbour hood, with little huts built from corrugated iron and by the looks of it only water from wells between these huts. Despite the fact that there were probably not many Playstations or iPads in these shacks the kids in the muddy streets seem to really enjoy playing with whatever they could find, Sticks, cans or sometimes a halfway inflated foot ball.

    I think this little walk back to the ...

    Final day katmandhu

    A travel blog entry by lee62 on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... have benefited in our own way. Travelling does give you an appreciation for family , country and conveniences. We realize that we are not all born equal. Equality is all dependent upon the country you are fortunate to be born into. People are the same the world over with regards to how they wish to be treated and for the most part the wishes they have for their children. So we celebrate our sameness and we celebrate the qualities which allow us to overlook the differences . ...

    Our first 14km hike...and probably the last!

    A travel blog entry by midannwife on Jun 14, 2014

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... bit of the skin near the top and told me to suck out the juice. It was delicious, really sweet and much better than those green ones we get in the UK! I will definitely buy some now as there are plenty of street vendors in Kathmandu. I then collected up the rubbish, to take with us but the guide just took it off me and left it by the road! I did feel very guilty, but he assured me it would be collected later. Apparently, I have since read an article in the paper and ...

    Life and death on the sacred Bagmati

    A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on May 21, 2014

    19 photos

    ... are taking place so there are many friends and family intimately involved in observing the ritual, but there are also other Hindus visiting the main temple (off limits to non-Hindu visitors) coming and going, passing by this life event while chatting on their smart phone. I note this because we (and many other visitors) are on the opposite side of the river, a respectful distance I hope, quietly watching the scene unfold. It is not considered ...

    The Himalayan hills

    A travel blog entry by paulfeeney on Apr 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... cooking, cleaning, looking after the children all at an altitude that would have you breathless.
    There was no taking our eyes off the path as the terrain was rough, mountain goats ran loose, and the local cows all had right of way! The higher we climbed the better the views got. Even with the mist in the sky the rolling hills opened into vast arena's of giant peaks as there backdrop. So Simply stunning that it left us both in silence at times just taking it ...