Sedona Hotel Mandalay
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSedona Hotel Mandalay
This was an okay place to stay. It has little local charm, but is clean and has all the services you would want.
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Today we went to Pyin Oo Lwin (Maymyo). It is about a 2 hour drive from Mandalay and it is the main road connecting India and China.
Our first stop is the Maha Nandamu cave. There are also quite a lot of Buddha images (much less though compared to Pindaya cave) but the cave focuses more on scenes from the life of Buddha. There is a …
Après escale à Bangkok, arrivés ce matin à Mandalay. Beau temps, visite de pagodes et de temples, ballades en carrioles, terrains inondés et difficilement praticables même pour les chevaux....
- En calèche visites : du monastère MAE NU du 19ème siècle en brique
- et du monastère en teck BAGAYA ( …
... the most of the moment. Honestly not taking the horse is simply impossible. There are 5 sights (Yedanasini ruins, Bagaya Kyaung, a wooden monastery made of teak, Manmyin, the watchtower, Maha Aungmye Bonzan, another monastery but this one a rare survivor from the Ava era, the city walls and few other minor stupas here and there) on the island and it would take a whole afternoon to see them and we would have no idea where to go. We returned taking the same boat, caught up with ...
... way to a hotel down the street and watched the game with a room full of locals broadcasted in the local language. It didn't stop me from shouting when the US scored the game winning goal. We spent the rest of the morning on a bus to Bagan. We spent the rest of the day in the hotel resting up with the knowledge that we would be covering a lot of ground the next few days to view all the ruins. Tomorrow we reserved a horse carriage to take us to all the ...
... before my flight to KL and on to Perth, to start my six week stint as a tractor driver. My six month Asian odyssey, from the Bosporus to the Irawaddy, had reached its conclusion. I thought I would feel a bit... well, emotional I guess, but I really didn't. It was just another flight, another airport, another day with my pack on my back. I put this down to the fact that I'm not going back to "normal life" just yet. I don't have a serious job, a flat or even ...