Sriracha Lodge Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Chon Buri
... Again we walked past KFC, Burger King and McDonalds to find a Thai restaurant... This is a triumph! After walking to the grand palace we were informed it was closed due to a festival due to take place, a little gutting but we have both been before! So instead we paid a Tuk Tuk driver 10 baht (less than the one in India) to take us to a temple and the Lucky Buddha which was amazing! So on our way back to the hostel a tattoo shop presented itself and Amelia's eyes lit up like a kid ...
... we ended up spending all day. There were good reasons for this:
1) Being guided around by Sarah, who is a font of any wildlife knowledge including: animal welfare, projects, research work and challenges facing this and other zoos too is an opportunity not to be missed.
2) It is an open zoo so wherever possible and resources permitting caging is kept to a minimum and ...
... its history. The staff all say Bonjour Monsieur et Madame when they pass We have a wander round the hotel. It is full of photos of their famous guests from the past. There is a bomb shelter under the swimming pool where Joan Baez and Jane Fonda hid from American bombing when they visited Hanoi during the Vietnam War. We go to the Bamboo Bar by the pool for a cocktail. Kathleen has ...
... raising apparent. Today we also saw piles of sod along side workers, and it appeared that lawn along the median and down the sides of the road were being added. I didn't even take pictures along this stretch two days ago, as it appear so dreary and neglected!
The domestic airport shared the facilities with its international counterpart, with simply its own terminal along side. After being dropped off by our 15 person bus ...
... Burma initially drove/rode on the left side of the road. However, when the Military leader travelled outside the country, he noted that driving on the left side of the road was predominantly a British and British colony phenomena, he decided, literally over night to switch sides! Luckily since the country was cut off from the rest of the world, there were not many cars or it could have been disastrous .
The highway from the airport to the city was a real example of ...