Green Park Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We woke at a respectable hour both feeling refreshed by a good night sleep, we dressed, popped to the restaurant for some breakfast before returning to complete jobs such as the blog from the last few days.We then had a fairly calm day sat by the poolside, reading or swimming which enabled us to recuperate after a few odd days! At lunch we had a …
After what can be classed as a **** night where one of the 3 slats which held the very thin plywood that supported our mattress decided to fall out, this was fixed quickly, we then listened to an almighty cat fight by 2 or 3 cats outside our window. We therefore got very little sleep, so, not feeling particularly refreshed, we were a bit 'off' this …
Yawn!!! The guy who gave us the bus ticket told us to be ready for 7am. We didn't get collected till 7.50. The hotel had our laundry so I had to wake them up at 6am to get it for us. It wasn't ready and still damp. They had it for a day and a half so I wasn't impressed. That is probably one of the worst hotels we have stayed in. The bed was comfortable though. Just before the tuk tuk picked us up the payment went through on booking.com for our hotel in ...
... the best of my travels yet! If you're ever in Vientiane (or also Luang Prabang/Hanoi), look up 'Joma Bakery'... It will solve all your chocolate/cake/bagel cravings for sure. Feeling admittedly a little sick, I headed on down to the river front... Ohh hello, there's that Mighty Mekong river again! Man does that river get around. Here is a great place to sit on the steps and watch the sunset across the Mekong, whilst also shooing away the manicure/pedicure ...
... them and thinking they are a toy. The documentaries weren’t just on Laos's landmine issues but about other countries facing the same issue. One thing I remember from the documentary in particular was the war between Lebanon and another country and on the day before a ceasefire was to occur (it had been announced in advance) the other country dropped tonnes of landmines on Lebanon. It’s such a sad, pathetic thing; they know they war is ...