The Old Palace Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Palace Resort Ayutthaya
Lovely cosy place, very clean, nice & very helpful family - City a bit loud with angry dogs waiting at the Wats
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Unsere Frage an der Hotelrezeption, mit welchem Transportmittel wir denn am besten ins ca. 80km entfernte Ayutthaya kämen, wurde in wenig verständlichem Englisch mit "the train is more fun than the bus" beantwortet.
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Vanochtend konden we eerst eens lekker uitslapen want voor 11:00 stond het vertrek pas gepland, heerlijk dus. Na lekker rustig te zijn wakker geworden, gaan we op weg naar de ontbijtzaal waar tot onze blijde verrassing een buffet klaarstond. Heerlijk toast vers …
... and had our attire inspected before entering the palace grounds. There are some lovely buildings and beautiful gardens. The outer palace has four main buildings. The first was a shrine, Ho Hem Monthian Thewarat, a small stone Khmer structure. The second was the assembly hall, Saphakhan Ratchaprayun, a colonial style two story building. The third was a Thai style pavilion in the middle of the ...
... to the dishwashing place but just got confused by the signs in a snake alphabet.
At noon we were back to the hotel to take a shower and to pack our dry cloth. Shortly we were ready to meet for lunch the rest of the team. We are together now and we are ready to take some pictures. Don't miss giant reclining Buddha, #1 destination in Ayuttaya. We rent bikes for a few hours, the most common and convenient way to explore the area, and visit a few fabulous temples around Ayuttaya.
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