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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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Dave here... This is a few days ago but anyway... We finally left Bangkok and caught a minivan up to the former Thai capital.. The travel was a bit of a phaff but we arrived and checked into our reasonable hotel....eventually.. Had to do a bit of hanging around before we could... Had the obligatory wander around the obligatory market.. Which was …
... the sages lookout). We also had a look through Phra Thinang a Chinese style two story building which was very ornamental. The gardens had some fantastic topiary - I especially liked the elephants. We spent about an hour and a half looking around before returning to the tuk tuk. Next we went to the reclining Buddha. We commented to Pock how busy it was as we passed a Wat we had visited yesterday and ...
... the pool. We did get to see the market place andhave short trip across the river by boat. But apart from this there wasn't much else to do here. Its the kind of place you visit once, but no need to go back to, but definately worth the stop by.
Our next trip takes us back north to Sukhothai.
(We should have gone here first but messed up, all part of travelling)
Nathan & India ...
... from the smaller images to the larger one. Next door through a small gateway, running the gauntlet of elephant statue sellers, was Wat Phra Si Sanphet. This important and outstanding monastery is located in he grand palace compound,like Wat Phra Si Rattanastsadaram ( Wat Phra Kaeo ) of Bangkok. It was used as a residential palace in the reign of King Ramathibodi I. When King Borom Traj Lokkanat commanded that new living quarters be built, this residential palace was dedicated as ...
... newest addition to the Sirin household, Reuben, adventured off to Ayutthaya for a more cultured weekend of ruins and temples. Of course Saturday was an almost complete write off due to our attendance at a Thai discotheque on Friday night (it was cultural I promise)... So Sunday we rented some bikes and cycled to a few of the main ruins and temples... They were beautiful, and it's safe to say that the cold spell is officially ...