3b Boutique Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we got to our hotel called The Empress Hotel. This hotel hands down had the best breakfast the whole trip. They had a few slices from home, waffles, pancakes omelettes and all the fixings. It was so good that I went up for seconds. After breakfast and check-in we had we went with our local guide to explore Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is surrounded by a moat and 300 temples ! We took a trip to visit Wat Phra That Temple. The temple was on top of a hill ...
... and didn't mind being handled. I held her like a baby and stroked her purring chest; Edd took a picture and carried on reading the news.
I picked up a beautiful Persian cat called Yoda that became my favourite. He was a placid cat that wanted nothing more than to lay down somewhere comfy and sleep. He looked like he had run into a wall face first at 100km/ph, like most Persians do, but his colouring was absolutely gorgeous and he was very well groomed. Edd ...
... I always eat in the Euro-Diner next
door to the Irish Pub on Rachwithi Street - big mistake..!
Good Morning Chiang Mai is both a breakfast restaurant and guest
house. Back of the diner, there's a swimming pool which can be used by
'walk-ins' at 60 baht a pop.
Anyway, breakfast..... we looked at the menu and both of us decided we
wanted something different to or from the set menus - big mistake.
We turned to ...
... one of the two dress shops. As the tuk tuk dashed towards the destination, Tsalika recognized the route and told the tailor that she's already been to this particular dress shop and didn't find anything she liked. So we went to another shop that had a small selection of western dresses as well as traditional garbs. She liked one dress and tried it on-- it looked beautiful! But it was slightly small on her (they said they could tailor it) and didn't have a train. She had ...
... most serious offense” that they mentioned was the use of pesticides, cutting down a tree without permission, or cutting down vegetation without asking. This community is completely self-sustaining and has a very high regard for the vegetation. They protect it at all costs. I couldn’t believe this, since pesticide use is so rampant in America. Even though the villagers could probably make more of a profit off of their crops if they used pesticides, it ...