Bossotel Chiang Mai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Very nice. Clean and spacious, with comfortable beds.
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... arrived a few minutes later having dug themselves out of a couple of ditches so we were glad to have taken an easier route. After a good soak in the bath it was time for a sunset trip to Doi Suthep. This was yet another beautiful temple complex full of statuary and golden buildings. We were lucky because the monks allow photography inside the temples and we arrived in time to share a religious ceremony.It was humorous to see the novice monks behave just like little choirboys,arriving ...
... bar in Silom. Silom is the modern part of the city with Skyscrapers and shops along the main road. We moved hotels from Khao san road area to Silom where we checked in to the Furama with its very own rooftop swimming pool I can add! That evening we were so hungry we ended up of all places at Pizza Hut. This turned out to be the biggest fail so far as it lacked any sort of atmosphere, the service was terribly slow (we picked it because we thought it would be quick) and it just felt ...
... honest enough we explained our route but how we hadn't booked anything yet and planned on doing it as we go. Obviously concerned for our wellbeing we were advised how that very night it would be the start of a student holiday in the country and everyone would be travelling north as well so to avoid disappointed we needed to book today!...at the ARC student travel centre who had slashed prices for the final day before the holiday! Surely enough it ...
... comfortable, long, deep sleep. The next day our plan was to use the Sky Train to get to Siam Paragon - a shopper's paradise! Our first mistake was that we didn't need to get the Sky Train to get to Siam Paragon! We could have just walked! So we purchased our tickets to no avail! Oh dear! But never mind - after that misadventure we had an enjoyable few hours (or as long as Eugene was willing) in Siam Paragon and MBK before returning for ...
... street food cooking, which if we got too close would burn our noses! The area is alive with loud chart music, either from a stacked amplifiers which every bar seems to have or the resident karaoke band, you have to negotiate a barrage of market sellers enticing you to a massage/taxi ride/souvenirs - it's a hive of activity. We decided our first meal would have to be Pad Thai and we went to a super quick street stall that wok'd me up egg Pad Thai ...