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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      Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

      Thamel, Durbar Square and the Monkey Temple!

      A travel blog entry by mevans1811 on Dec 08, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... got a guide to talk us through the history of the square, he taught us how the city itself was named after one the temples here. One weird thing we noticed was the occasional statue of a rat, i asked our guide why this was...he told us the rat is a lucky omen here and seen as extremely lucky if you happen to have one come into your home, so bizarre! We saw the Royal Kumari take her daily visit to the window of her temple, which she leaves ...

      Interesting facts

      A travel blog entry by tarajeger on Sep 24, 2014


      ... date they will be getting married . Surprise! Just 15 years ago nepal only had 4 congregations and 300 publishers. They now have 42 congregations and over 2,000 publishers!!! Mindy told me the city of kathmandu oxygen level is 88%. the level of oxygen on a plane is 90%. Therefore we get tired more easily. A 16.90 oz can of beer is only $1.50 here and after a long day in service it tastes like the nectar of the ...

      Nepalese Restaurant

      A travel blog entry by alliebillington on Jul 14, 2014

      4 photos

      I visited an authentic Nepalese restaurant, where we all sat down on flat seats, with are legs crossed and we're treated to different dancing from various different ethnic groups in Nepal. It was really fascinating to watch them enjoying themselves whilst sharing a bit of their culture with us. We were also given a selection of different Nepalese food like Momos; a type of dumpling, sweet tea, lentil soup and chicken curry-most of which was really ...

      Days 16 & 17

      A travel blog entry by vmmackie on Jun 18, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... for non pharmacological support in labour to a group of nurse/midwives at the labour ward. After some confusion over the start time!!, we got underway and, like other volunteers before us, reinforced the need for a good environment and positive interaction with the women, promoting all the principles for natural childbirth, keeping women involved, supported and feeling safe. Then we got them all up and moving, demonstrating and getting them to practice the ...

      Where's Elphaba?

      A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on Jun 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... new language, we are hearing words in an order that is different from what we are used to. Take Nepali, for example. Nepali is always subject-object-verb. So, when my teacher says, "tapaiko hotelma..." (Your hotel...) I have no idea what she is going to say, or ask, about my hotel. If it is something simple, like asking what my hotel's name is, that is one thing. When we start getting into more complex sentence structures, like telling me my hotel is near the Funky ...