Tashi Nota Hotel

Address: No.24 Alley, Linkuo North Rd, Lhasa, Tibet, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.24 Alley, Linkuo North Rd, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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    Travel Blogs from Lhasa

    Roof of the World

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 21, 2014

    30 photos

    ... of paintings. This stop is my first real encounter with local Tibetans and they wish me “Tashi Delek” as they pass by spinning their hand held prayer wheels.


    For the afternoon I move on to the Tibet Museum for a basic history lessen. What's that saying- history is written by the victor? Well that is definitely the case here. The Chinese propaganda machine has been hard at work. The museum has fantastic displays crossing ...

    Ganden and Drepung Monasteries and Tidrum Nunnery

    A travel blog entry by robgizzy on Oct 19, 2014

    6 photos

    We left Lhasa for Ganden Monastery at 9am in a 4WD. Ganden was the first Gelugpa monastery. This was founded by Tsongkhapa in 1409. Ganden was heavily destroyed including the magnificent tomb of Tsongkhapa but his disciples have rebuilt a replica- which resembles the original in every way. We first walked around the monastery where the view of the Kyi-Chu valley was spectacular and you would come across some prayer flags along the way. There was a ...

    Day 25 Journey from Chengdu to Tibet

    A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... who had the window seat kept trying to speak to me in Chinese. He was a sweet older and larger man who would sometimes spill over into my seat - head flopped over when sleeping and breathing heavliy. It wasn't very pleasant but I was able to use the aisle to get some fresher air. I so wish I had the window seat when we were entering Lhasa. The view was the most spectacular landing I've ever experienced the beautiful snow capped mountains, blue and ...

    Lhasa

    A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jul 12, 2014

    42 photos

    ... artefacts were lost during the cultural revolution on their way to Beijing. How sad. Our guide is Tibetan, he has to be. We are aware that he has to toe the line in some respects but he has been pretty good answering questions we have about what happened. The only time we see him get uncomfortable is when people ask too sensitive questions, like "why is there a military presence at the monasteries?" in front of a soldier... we all cringed at that one! His english ...

    Drak Yerpa Monastery, Hiking and Pulling my Noodle

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... I had a chance to hand pull the noodles for the soup which were flat thumb sized pieces of dough that were boiled in a pressure cooker. Gina chose to watch and criticize instead which was probably warranted as some of my noodles were pretty big. They then showed us how to prepare the soup which was pretty simple and tasted delicious. All of the cooking here is fairly simple with lots of fresh ingredients. After the meal we said our thank yous ...