Hotel Thamel Lily & La Thamel brasserie

Z Street, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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Nepal Beginnings - Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear


... t get rid of, and even though I told him I couldn't afford more than 600 rupees, he just kept giving me the tour, and at the end he said, "a deal's a deal," and asked me to pay him 1000. But he did give me a lot of great information, especially about the ghats behind the temple, where basically every Hindu hopes to be cremated. Along the Bagmati river (which is consisted holy even though it is filled with garbage and human remains from the cremations, and yet people ...

Trekking in Nepal

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock


... anything carried up costs a fortune). On our way out of the village the guy that maintains the monastery eagerly offered to show us the monastery. I happily went with him and Brock only came because the guy practically dragged him in. We looked around for about 2-3 minutes and then the guy charged me $2. I was a bit upset because it was a sneaky way of getting money out of us, and I felt disheartened that a man that works for the monastery would act ...

Nepal, The Peak of Excellence

A travel blog entry by twogirlsonetrip


... any of the beer choices. Then we tried to order a mixed drink and the desk attendant did not understand "mai tai" or "mojito" and it was very frustrating. In the end he just said "malibou, yes". So we were able to get two cups with a tablespoon of rum in them and soda water in glass bottles from the 50s, and a creamer cup full of sweeten lime juice (the kind you cook with). We mixed these together like a science experiment and invented this new drink favorite. We hope to update you more ...

Kick up dust and your heels in Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by bgoode98


... and bars as sanctuaries, and rightly so. The city is filled with rooftop terraces--the highest being Helena's--and patios brimming with potted plants and sunshine that belies the chaos just outside. Getting above the dust is a must. New Orleans has an authentic Cajun courtyard reminiscent of my Louisiana home, but the food is a far cry from true bayou cooking.

Nightlife in Thamel draws ...

One month in Nepal!

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

We are leaving on an overnight flight to Hong Kong, and I am actually getting rather nostalgic about leaving this place. This is the country in which we have spent the most time, and had some of the most exciting adventures. It is also the place we can see ourselves returning to most easily. It might be many years from now, but we both like the idea of coming back ...


This hotel, located on Z Street, Kathmandu, is near Mountain Monarch Adventures, Annapurna Mountain Range, Mount Everest, and Foksundo Lake.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding