Day Inn Hotel

Address: Thanon Pangkham, 059/3 Ban Sisakhet, 1 Chanthaboury, Vientiane, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Thanon Pangkham, 059/3 Ban Sisakhet, 1 Chanthaboury, Vientiane, is near Pak Ou Caves, Sisaket Temple & Museum, Presidential Palace, and Wat Mixay.
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        A travel blog entry by hallyb on Oct 21, 2015

        ... food. After that we headed back for a chill and I read my book for a bit, then we headed out around 5pm to watch the sunset next to the Mekong river, it was incredible and definitely worth doing! We got some amazing pictures got some fresh fruit drinks which we enjoyed by the river then headed off back to our hostel. On the way back obviously we got some snacks ha. Vietnam tomorrow! Really excited I think Hanoi is going to be really ...

        Laos continues then back to Thailand :)

        A travel blog entry by tonipercy on Oct 04, 2015

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        Arriving into Luang Prabang felt great after two days on a slow boat. Well worth the two day trip down the Mekong River. We docked at the side of the river with very steep concrete steps to the road. Sweat was pouring off by the time I got to the road with my backpack and hopped into a tuk tuk for a 30 minute ride into the town and our hotel. Cam and I went for a walk to Utopia to check out yoga classes. Utopia is a very popular bar with tourists, perched high ...

        "Buddhism" (sorry for the controversy)

        A travel blog entry by lianerose on Aug 21, 2015

        ... are several people selling these birds which Chinese people buy to set free because they have some stupid belief that it brings good luck, and there are hundreds of birds squished into a cage with some of them dead due to lack of food, it makes me pretty angry. I understand that there are different cultures and that some people may not understand animals as having feelings etc., but when you claim to be part of a religion where one of the main points is that all ...

        Sightseeing food and too many beers

        A travel blog entry by teenza on Jun 29, 2015

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        ... Buddha statues showing heaps of different forms from different stories. Amazingly we bumped into the same couple from Taiwan yet again, they had also gone out to see the park and enjoy the sculptures. We had lunch at the little cafe next to the park Ian and I enjoyed a chicken rice dish, a bit like a nasi goreng but without the egg. Scott got a rice and beef dish and Lar had a noodle soup with heaps of chilli. We had some time in the afternoon ...

        50 Shades of Barf

        A travel blog entry by swilson79 on Mar 09, 2015

        ... small bag over to find it, and check in, and had a 3 hour glorious nap. When I awoke I faced down the challenge of returning for the heavy bag. I didn't think I would live, gagged a few times at smells, and sweat out the last of any moisture that was in my body. But I made it back. I stuffed a bit of ice cream in my face, had one sip of coke and went to bed.

        The next day, I felt alive again, but still could ...