Misone Hotel & Restaurant
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Misone Hotel & Restaurant Chiang Mai
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... my leg over. I sat up towards its head with my feet lodged around its ears. Pang loved the trail and led the pack. Scott and his elephant were two behind me. His elephant’s baby son was gleefully causing trouble the entire trail. An hour later, we arrived at our destination. We dismounted the elephants and had lunch in a tree house with beautifully prepared exotic fruits and sticky rices. It was one of our favorite meals. We fed all the leftovers to the elephants, and ...
... feel lucky that you have the opportunity to do what you are doing. Next stop was the temple - Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. It a very old temple that was built in the 14th century. Also, judging from the buddhist people who were visiting it also seemed to have a religious relevance as well. Couple of girls started changing clothes in the van itself, stripping right down to their undies. Like one of them said, we all share a dorm, so its not like we are strangers. I ...
... sinfully low amount when compared to massages in the US.
I am interested in learning a new language but the Thai language is an extremely challenging one to learn. The meaning of a syllable may be altered by the use of a different tone, from low to mid to high and from falling to rising tones. Not too many people speak English and it would have made our lives easier if we spoke the language and read their written language. The people are so nice and they ...
... coconut milk soup called Tom Kha and I made another classic Thai soup called Tom Yam Koong, a spicy and sour soup with shrimp. This was a relatively straight forward process, and the soups were maybe our favorite meal of the day. With each dish that we made, our instructor gave us very explicit directions, demonstrated the steps, and then talked us through each part of the process. She made the experience very pleasant, and her easy to ...
... We are staying in the old city. There is a wall and a moat wrapped around the ancient part of the city and inside these walls the city is sweet and charming.
Little curvy streets with nearly no cars, many, many restaurants with local and western cuisine....and an oddly high number of vegetarian restaurants. As soon as we started to explore, we knew that we would be extending our stay here....this place ...