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TravelPod Member ReviewsAyothaya Hotel Ayutthaya
Hotel location was good however, the rooms were not. The carpet, bathrooms and uncomfortable beds all need attention.
If you are looking for a pool and crash pad it's OK, though overpriced
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... him with Matthew. Finally, with the temperature at a balmy 38°, we visited Wat Phra Mahathat, which was built in the 1300s and restored in the 1600s! It was fascinating to explore, with headless Buddha bodies everywhere and one Buddha head growing in the roots of an old tree. We headed to Ayothaya hotel to freshen up before dinner and the night train to Chiang ...
... and a set of toy airplanes, and Miles found a nice set of toy construction vehicles. I also got a few clothing items, and it was all under $20!
... s face was exposed by a gap in the tree roots; it was haunting and beautiful.
The ruins are spread out all over the city, so it is essential to either rent a motorcycle or bike to make your way around. We were happy to have fresh air on our faces as we drove around, as the heat and humidity were nearly unbearable. Around 1pm, I started feeling bizarrely dizzy and my face began to go numb ('twas a tad concerning). We decided to take a break, and ...
... the temples in the 1960's were riding these very bikes at that time! But better safe than sorry, so we padlock them together. We spent much of the time in the temples seeking out shade. If there was a wall we would walk on the shady side of it, if there was a breeze we would linger in it, and if there was a roof we would be under it. The sun and heat was unrelenting. We stopped for a drink to rehydrate between temples. A little local store sold coke. ...