River View Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiver View Lodge Chiang Mai
Nothing much wrong with the place; although could do with more light. Decent rooms and ok bathrooms and had a balcony looking over the river and a pool. But the place is very old fashioned with loads of "junk" everywhere. Some people might like that sort of thing though and I guess it does have a bit of charm. But overall a bit expensive for what it is.
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Woke and packed at 7.30. From 8.00 until 8.30 a loudspeaker a few hundred metres away exhorted people to do something. Who knows what? Religious, political? We moved out and grabbed a quick breakfast in the next door cafe/guesthouse. Coffee and toast. I won the battle for the half hour walk to the bus station. Exercise! Birds were singing and all was peaceful as we skipped happily along, downhill. 'Hello birds, hello clouds, hello trees'. Molesworth 2, wasn't it, older ...
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... games make fools out of intelligent people. Obviously Kr's answers surpass this. Let us mention that there are four architects in the group. The only comfort of our sleeping accommodation is the fact that we have a mosquito net and a 7-11 right outside our door (read: ice box). But that doesn't make sleeping on the bare floor any better. No mummy liner - no sleep!Good night from us all - all inclusive - everyone or no one ...