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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tulsi Pokhara
Gardens, rooftop overlooking lake and Annapurna ranges make this a special place. Rooms musty and need an airing out.
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Lumbini to Pokhara was a very bumpy ride. We drove for five hours through mountain ranges crowded by construction work, bumping up and down in our seats.
We checked into Hotel Tulsi, relieved to be on solid ground. Abhi took us for lunch and we spent the afternoon wandering the main street and walking along the river. We could barely see …
... everything as quickly as possible and ran into the jungle, back up the hill. This is where deciding to wear sandals started to be a big mistake: After approximately one minute the first leech got hold of my feet. While I was trying to pluck it off, the second one got hold of me. When I turned my attention to the second little beast, the third one was already biting into my leg. Realizing that standing still ...
... had giving aids to those affected areas.
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... old Kumar.
Pokhara is a very popular tourist destination and you can see why, at 800m it sits at the subtropical valley floor and just 25km to the north the 8000m Annapurna and Manaslu ranges loom above. Pokhara has a lovely lake too (Phewa Tal) We spent the rest of the day having a walk up along lakeside checking out the shops and eating lovely food at a local Italian.
... mean the food will be the same as we had quite a few different versions of the same thing. The prices increase the further you get up the mountain, but most meals were $3-$4 and usually enough for 1 person. Our porters would act as our waiters in the restaurants. From Sinuwa onwards, there were no more mules and all of the food was carried in by humans. The Nepalese carry baskets on their back but attached only at the head. These guys would often fly passed ...