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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A pretty uneventful journey from Sukhothai meant we arrived in Ayutthaya feeling pretty awake and so went in search of food. After eating noodles and rice for days on end we decided we fancied some **** western food and went wandering in search of McDonald's. There was none to be found so we settled for Thailand's version of Pizza Hut! It was ...
... decided to roam the wooden sidewalks of the market along the water’s edge. People were busily getting their stalls and boats ready for the market. We enjoyed our stroll, admiring the wooden houses on stilts that dipped into the calm water. Many of the buildings were very old and seemed to be slowly falling into the green river. Skinny, wooden boats floated lazily in the calm river, either empty or filled with food and cooking supplies. We enjoyed a ...
... quickly a nice hostel. On a terrace we met a nice English older men "Tony" from Bristol who loves to travel to India he had been there already 15 times as friends of him living there. We went together for dinner at the river side were was a food stall market. He gave us a lot of tips and made us even more enthusiastic to go to visit India even it will be very hot when we are there April. ...
... There was an 'elephant coral' there as well, but the prospect of riding elephants under those circumstances doesn't appeal, especially after seeing them being shipped around town the evening before on the backs of lorries.
So we headed south towards Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, a busy and practising temple, we wandered around the old parts of the temple, watched people praying to the golden Buddha and placing gold leaf on statues. They also appeared to be dropping ...
... the cab one-handed through the steaming mayhem of rush hour in Bankok (pretty impressive stuff). Like most budget places, this one is kind of bland and sterile but it has plenty of space to move about in, except in the bathroom department which seems to have been built onto what should have been the balcony and has a ceiling height of approx. 5 feet. I managed to dig a good-sizedhole in the bathroom ceiling while trying have a shower with one of their free soaps (which is ...