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Five nights in Nepal were not enough

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My husband and I just returned from five nights in Nepal and 21 in India. Nepal was fabulous and we can't wait to return. Here's a brief summary of our trip.

Hotels: Kathmandu - Yak and Yeti - Large comfortable rooms, lovely lobby, delicious restaurants, gracious staff, in a great location. A delightful experience.

Nagarkot - Club Himalayan - Very well run hotel, delicious restaurant, large well appointed rooms, large balconies with mountain views, gracious staff. Another delightful experience.

Dulikhel - Dulikhel Mountain Resort - Gorgeous setting and landscaped grounds, delicious restaurant, gracious staff, small rooms without TV and older showers. A bit remote so only stay one night.

We stayed around Kathmandu and fell in love with the people and area. Kathmandu was very clean (except for the air - that's polluted)with many charming areas. The people we met were amazingly friendly and we can't wait to return and get up into the moutains.

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