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Haven't done much today as it is very hot outside. We went for a walk around Lumpini park however this has been occupied by protestors and there are lots of tents, it looks like a sort of festival. We have read that their was some clashes last night. The protestors have said ...
... do it than sitting on the hotel's patio terrace along the famous river with drinks in our hands! A beer was ordered for Michel while I chose a more exotic drink…..a strawberry daiquiri!
While relaxing and enjoying the remainder of the day, in the horizon the sun rapidly descended putting the sky ablaze in the process! With camera on hand, ...
... options close to the bus station but they were a bit pricey and others were full, so we got a clean but basic room in a motel and then set out to explore.
After having a look at Jed Yod Temple nearby, we wandered up the quite touristy bar-lined road to the ornate golden Clock Tower in the centre of the main road. Continuing to the old city, we meandered through some thriving markets with all sorts of food and produce. The stalls went right up the road and ...
... train station, and we arrived just in time to stand for what we assumed was the Thai National Anthem playing over the loud speaker...which every person in that train station stood up for. After a hunt and gather jaunt for food, we prepared ourselves for the 17 hour trip on the night train to Chiang Mai. We'll be dreaming of a golden Buddha, clean sheets from the hands of smiling school boys and our next place of beauty!
... worlds largest weekend market and I think they're probably right. With 27 sections and over 15,000 stalls it makes Leeds market look like a village hall - how all the shops manage to stay in business is beyond me! Compared to the craziness of the bazaars in Delhi (the aisles were actually numbered in a logical order) the market was actually quite easy to navigate, however we still managed to lose each other a fair few times so after 4 hours of aimless wondering we decided to call ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLoy La Long Hotel Bangkok
Great hotel, great staff.
Only complaints are it's location (it's a bit off the beaten path, let's just say that) and the thin walls....very self conscious of any noises we made coming in late at night. It had an intimate feel.
I'm a fan of practicality over pretty decorations, and so that's why I gave it 4/5 stars. The bathroom mirror in the blue room was at a strange angle and hard to use to put my contacts in or put on my make up, or style my hair.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.