Splendid Hotel Musherib
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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Well, today was a fairly interesting day.
I think that I will just provide a little background on what happened today, then I will kind of sum everything up in one final blog entry tomorrow. As you can see from the location tag and the blog title, I have left Kathmandu and am now on my way home. How did this happen, you may ask? Well, that is an interesting story.
I have always found that, if you escalate a problem high enough, you can always get something ...
... where we had a nice meal at a very fancy buffet and went to bed.
This hotel had a scale in the bathroom, which was unusual, welcome, and alarming all at once. Scales on the road are remarkably few and far between, and so it is a little difficult for us to see what is happening with our weight. By the end of our time in India we had all gotten pretty skinny, but in Israel and Jordan we clearly put it all back on, and then ...
... the preparation and display of the food in the kitchen. The bar and crockery are also exposed. Transparent cabinets on the wall are adorned with yellow boxes filled with wheat corns. This is a nod to the restaurant name –La Spiga.
APPETIZERS: Out comes the first starter, the Tartare di Salmon with Avocado. It was refreshing and bursting with flavor. QR 80 (€16.00)
The Vitello Tonnato (Cold sliced veal in Tuna sauce) -a dish of outrageous ...
... the boats impressive, but with photos just of the boats and fishermen with not us on, this would have meant nothing to me.
For the first 10 minutes we are just having a stroll until I decide to try my luck. I see two men coming from the opposite direction in their national costumes and I decide to stop and see if they agree to take a photo with us. I don't tell the ...
... We went to see the carmels out at Al Sheenya where they do camel racing. Its really a dessert. We didnt ride the camels because they were having a sleep when we got there. I saw one of the Emirs house. It was very big with a long big fence around it. There were lots of trees and it was white. Near his house was the Emir National Guards barracks. It was really big with high fences and long. I had alot of fun today. Im at uncle Peter and aunty Karens house now for a ...