The Heritage Hotel Sathorn
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So, I am done with Bangkok..in the sense that I leave today, and in the sense that I've had enough..
It was a fun party city, but really that's exactly what it is. Around every corner is the same street merchant trying to sell you the same thing as the guy 10 feet away, the same hole in the wall restaurant and bars, and the same part scene. It was indeed fun while ...
... particular Chineseness. Maybe that is true of many modern domestic dwellings. We had always promised ourselves that we would investigate Pizza Express in China, it is now a Chinese company folks, and this afternoon we stumbled across a branch. It had exactly the same menu! Should we be eating Chinese food? Some readers seem to think we should but our recent experience has been pretty rubbish; the street food we had in Xian and elsewhere was great but often it is not. Anyway ...
... I relaxed for a while before heading out for dinner close to my hotel before heading to bed early - day tour to the Railway Market and Floating Markets the next day.
So I woke up excited the next day as I was going to finally see the famous Railway Markets I've been wanting to go to for years. Pick up time for the tour was 9am, the guide was downstairs at 9am which was great and I thought we'd be on our way. Apparently other members of the tour were ...
... day. The Royal summer residence is beautiful, with many different styles of buildings, in a lovely park-like setting. From Bang Pa-In we drove to Ayutthaya, which was the former capital of Siam, founded 1350. It is mostly ruins today, having been destroyed by the Burmese army in 1767. We saw three Wats (temples) at Ayutthaya. They were all quite amazing and must have been incredible when they were in use. The Royal Palace complex at Wat Phiasisanhet would have been ...
... I had to say goodbye to some wonderful new friends that I met along the way. My next trip might have to include Connecticut, Ireland, Abu Dhabi, and Australia. That should make for an interesting vacation. On our last day I wanted to take it easy and get a haircut, go for a swim at the pool and get a massage. I got a shave and a shampoo and then did a few laps, but my massage was a different story. I don't know if you have had a Thai massage before, ...