The Grand Riverside Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Grand Riverside Hotel Phitsanulok
Travel Blogs from Phitsanulok
i stopped in pitsanulok overnight on way to Nong Khai in the London Hotel which is like this dusty old antique store with Thai family and frends firmly entrenched in downstairs ,spilling out on to footpath all watching television bsp;in an ancient looking Thai building of wood panels and slabby rough hewn planks and old thai art. No English,none needed.
Phitsanulok at least this part wich is very much ...
... different trains offer different tickets so if we had picked another time to leave we could have got the much cheaper 3rd class ticket. But 2nd class was surprisingly comfortable and it was a similar experience to flying with a 'stewardess' serving complementary drinks and a meal! After our train experiences in Myanmar it felt like we were in business class!
I was feeling nervous at the prospect of teaching the kids, after a few sessions watching taking over ...
... the elephants by their cries, and can usually figure out what's happened - for example, if Wangthong is crying, then probably her son, Thongkam, has walked off. On Tuesday morning, as Isabelle and I were just arriving at the main lobby/restaurant (it's a multiple-building resort), we looked to our right at what we thought was a massive stone elephant, but it suddenly moved!! We both jumped, not only because we realized it was alive, but because it was the biggest animal I've ...
... orchids. Stone steps wind down thru the trees and cottages to the river. Our cottage had a deck that opened onto the river. The shower was a grotto with a rock floor and a translucent ceiling. There was a large potted plant in there to keep you company as you washed. Dinner in the main lodge was a delicious affair on a terrace ... friendly dogs and cats kept us company and a huge macaw, a cockatoo, and various pheasant-like birds wandered about a ...
... throw in and all the Thai locals would high five, a successful tackle or a corner warranted loud cheers. When Liverpool scored in the fourth minute the whole riverside erupted. We went to the mall today and met some girls there who were missionaries from Utah and Las Vegas (it was their day off, they weren't missionaries at the mall). Our point is, now there's a job.... they're in Thailand for 18 months, being missionaries- how hard can that ...