This inn reminds me of our 17/18th century homes here in Nepal, built during our fore-fathers time. It was our ancestor by the name of Maharaja Dhiraja Shri Tin Junga Bahadur Rana who visited England & Europe for the first time and was impressed by their architecture. When he returned to Nepal; he had 16 palaces and many summer and winter homes built in such styles for his 16 brothers. This inn is simple but the palaces built resembled Buckingham Palace. Today 'Singha Darvar'. Darvar means 'palace', is our Secretariat Building. Hope you can see it when you visit Kathmandu, Nepal
A memory shared byon Apr 17th, 2013.
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