Hotel Tradition

Address: P.O. Box 14396, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on P.O. Box 14396, Thamel, Kathmandu, is near Durbar Square, Thamel, Kaiser Library, and Nagarjun Forest Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

    Arriving in Kathmandu

    A travel blog entry by edithschmid on Jul 13, 2015

    3 photos

    ... 10 minutes in the car I understood why almost everyone was wearing face masks - my throat was hurting and my eyes were tearing up from all the combustion. After I found a small hostel in Thamel, the backpacking district, I decided to have a walk through the streets of Kathmandu. My exploration didn't get me outside of Thamel tough, since I got lost in its small and winding alleys and by the time I passed the same cow taking a ...

    Day 249

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Apr 06, 2015

    26 photos

    ... try to avoid it, but got held up again by a procession of people, possibly a protest. We stopped a little further on to meet Bashu Adhikari, the doctor who is coming with us to follow up the cataract patients who had surgery a couple of weeks age. The eye clinic was organised by Pax Earth, Nepal, a charity that raises money locally to support education, health and social issues in Kanpur , Les and I are honorary members. We put the doctors equipment in to the ...

    To Gosaikund

    A travel blog entry by gidders42 on Mar 23, 2015

    4 photos

    ... and the path became narrower and clinging to the hillside. Again the path alternated between mud and knee deep snow. We were occasionally following a young German couple who had big feet. Stepping in their footsteps was handy. My walking sticks often went in the snow up to the handle. I'm glad it wasn't any snowier. There was quite a drop to the side. One false move and it's a long drop down the mountain.

    Despite the advice we reached Gosaikund in 2.5 ...

    Exploring the (many) UNESCO sites

    A travel blog entry by thefantastic on Dec 08, 2014

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    1846 The Kot Massacre ends in the killing of the cream of the court aristocracy, ushering in the Rana era (1846–1951) and sidelining the Shah kings to puppet status.

    1951 King Tribhuvan and the Nepal Congress Party, with Indian support, overthrow the Rana regime and establish a new coalition government. Nepal opens its doors to the outside world, including mountaineers.

    1996–2005 A decade-long Maoist insurgency brings ...


    A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Nov 30, 2014

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... but in general they seemed rather less potholed than Indian motorways. Moreover, the driving seemed less spectacularly awful than that we had experienced earlier in India. If we made slow progress, it was partly because of the terrain, which, once out of the Kathmandu valley, was tortuous in the extreme, and partly due the large numbers of lorries heading towards Lhasa to the north or the Indian frontier to the south.

    But if ...