Rashmi's Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRashmi's Plaza Hotel Vientiane
Comfortable beds,large rooms and helpful staff.
Only downside,Out of the centre but shuttles every 2hours in and out
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Breakfast then usual shuttle into the centre. Tuktuk to Phra That Luang. Chatted to one of the monks. Tuktuk to Makphet for BeerLao and Mango cake with coconut icecream. 2.30pm shuttle back to Rashmi'. Pool for a swim and cool off. 6pm shuttle then dinner at Cop Chai Deu
Said goodbyes to the American rotary group heading for Luang Prabang this morning 10am shuttle into the centre and walked to Wat Hai Sok. Monks praying and a group of Laos ladies sitting eating outside-scheduled for 7.30,10.30 and 1pm. Felt unwell so back to True Coffee,rang hotel and they came and picked us up early. Back and slept all day. Pad …
10am shuttle then strolled as far as the Talat Sao shopping mall. Used facilities then tuk-tuk (rusty, very rattley and dodgy brakes) to Pha That Luang. Setting up trade show and festival. Lots of stalls from food,drinks to cars,mobile phones etc.. Walked around inside. Not many tourists. Chatted to a Laos lady and young son Franco who were …
Buffet breakfast. Lots of choice. Not the best-bread rock hard. Plus side, they have ginger tea! Omelette nicely done but obviously sitting around for a while as it arrived cold. 10am Shuttle to total coffee. Wat Mixai. Monks chanting. Procession three times around with mostly ladies in their finery carrying offerings. Walked down towards the …
... tracks to get to the Buddha park a few km's outside of Vientiane, Buddha park is beautiful and it is really striking to see so many Buddha statues in one place all beautifully crafted and intricately carved. Last time I gave Imogen a lift it was on my giant, this time I upgraded and gave her a lift on my scooter :)! We spent a lovely night at the night market in Vientiane where we were free to look around without being hassled - it is a far cry from Vietnam! All ...