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Legendary temples

Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam, was the kingdom which preceded the country we now know as Thailand. It is home to legendary temples of which unfortunately only ruins remain, ,mainly due to war, but also to the relentless passage of time. The former glory of these meditative shrines always reminds me of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. For most of the trip, we saw dozens of beheaded Buddhas (as well as a few which remained intact) draped in sacred cloth. One of those images you might recognize is the background for Sagat in Street Fighter II. But ancient monuments aren't the only things that populate the area near Bangkok. There are also ambitious modern palaces and golden Buddhas.
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Historic, religious and stunning

Historic, religious and stunning, Ayutthaya was Thailand's capital for 417 years. Once there you are engulfed by the city's grandeur. This World Heritage Site has been a source of inspiration for artists, poets, historians, and every Thai for centuries.
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A tourist who visits thailand has cer...

A tourist who visits Thailand has certainly spoiled for choice when it has to decide the places to see, there are so many historical sites so 'as the curiosity' that make this country one of the most 'interesting to explore. Among many, I want to talk about the historical park, now protected by UNESCO, Ayutthaya, which for four centuries, from 1350 to 1767, and 'was the capital of Thailand. First, consider that Ayutthaya is located about 100 km north of Bangkok and to reach it is not 'easy: The advice that I give you and' try to find a car with a driver, you can bring them from 'returning day, and that 'the system I used when I went to visit her. In principle, should cost too. The alternative and 'of traveling, taking into account the fact that in the city' are hotels of every type and price. A visit to the park and 'absolutely fascinating: Find yourself in a magical world, full of temples architecture typical of Southeast Asia, with the characteristic peaks in the Khmer style. The things that will hit you anyway, as they hit me, it is mainly the Buddha heads cut off: You know in fact that in 1767 the city 'was practically destroyed during the Burmese invasion who sign' end and, as was customary, all the statues of Buddha that populated the heads were cut off. Extraordinary testimony of that event and 'Buddha head stuck between the roots of a tree, which you can see in one of the photos that I am attaching. Beautiful and 'the statue of the Buddha sleeping, always covered with a cloth orange. When visiting Ayutthaya do not forget to enter the Chaiwatthanaram Wat, the great royal temple built in the fourteenth century, the structure, with its three spiers, reflects the vision of the Buddhist world. The large central spire represents Mount Meru, which is the traditional center of the world, with the other four spiers more 'small, the four continents. Walk in the park or, if you like, take a ride on an elephant, and let yourself be caught by the spell of this very special place!

Un turista che visiti la Tailandia ha sicuramente l'imbarazzo della scelta quando debba decidere i luoghi da vedere, tanti sono i siti storici cosi' come le curiosita' che fanno di questa nazione una delle piu' interessanti da esplorare. Tra tanti, vi voglio parlare del parco storico, oggi protetto dall'Unesco, di Ayutthaya, che per quattro secoli, dal 1350 al 1767, e' stata la capitale della Tailandia.
Per prima cosa, considerate che Ayutthaya si trova a circa 100 km a nord di Bangkok e raggiungerla non e' facilissimo: Il consiglio che vi do e' di cercare di trovare una macchina, con autista, che vi possa portare fin li' e ritornare in giornata, che e' il sistema che ho usato io quando sono andato a visitarla. In linea di massima, non dovrebbe costarvi troppo. L'alternativa e' di pernottare, tenendo conto del fatto che in citta' si trovano alberghi di ogni tipo e prezzo.
La visita del parco e' assolutamente affascinante: Vi troverete in un mondo incantato, pieno di templi dall'architettura tipica del sud est asiatico, con le caratteristiche guglie nello stile khmer.
Le cose che comunque vi colpiranno, come hanno colpito me, sono soprattutto i Budda dalle teste tagliate: Dovete infatti sapere che nel 1767 la citta' fu praticamente distrutta durante l'invasione birmana che ne segno' la fine e, come era nelle consuetudini, a tutte le statue di Budda che la popolavano furono tagliate le teste. Straordinaria testimonianza di quell'evento e' una testa del Budda incastrata tra le radici di un albero, che potete vedere in una delle foto che vi allego.
Bellissima e' anche la statua del Budda dormiente, perennemente coperta da un telo arancione.
Nel visitare Ayutthaya non dimenticatevi di entrare nel Wat Chaiwatthanaram, il grande tempio reale costruito nel quattordicesimo secolo, la cui struttura, con le sue tre guglie, riflette la visione del mondo buddista. La grande guglia centrale rappresenta il monte Meru, ossia il centro del mondo tradizionale, con le altre quattro guglie piu' piccole, i quattro continenti.
Camminate nel parco o, se vi va, fate un giro su un elefante, e lasciatevi prendere dall'incantesimo di questo luogo particolarissimo!
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Ayutthaya historical park, unesco

The capital of the Kingdom of Siam (now Thailand or Thailand) was until 1782 was Ayutthaya, a small town built on an island at conversenza provanineti of several rivers from the north of the country and leading in the Chao Phraya River. Today the splendors of the former capital are numerous ruins scattered in the Archaeological Park UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya, while the new town developed in the island and in part to the side of the river, nearly touching Bangkok is located only 70 km further sud.Ayutthaya is these days (October 2011) in the center of the news in Italy was seriously threatened by the floods and the hope is that the monuments do not become too damaged by this serious problem hydrogeological. In the sixteenth century, Ayutthaya was at its peak with an urban area that included about 400 temples and three palaces but was later destroyed by the Burmese in the late 1700s. Good enough for a visit of the town need at least a couple of days. The archaeological park extends almost completely flat and all the different museums and monuments are easily reachable by bike moving. Given the heat is good to be always provided with a supply of water even if there are still shops and stalls at the entrance of each attraction. Certainly the monuments do not miss Wat Phra Mahathat and Wat Ratburana.

Parco storico di ayutthaya, unesco

La capitale del Regno di Siam (attuale Thailandia o Tailandia) fu fino al 1782 fu Ayutthaya, una piccola cittadina costruita su un'isola alla conversenza di diversi fiumi provanineti dal nord del paese e sfocianti nel Chao Phraya.

Oggi degli splendori dell'ex-capitale restano numerose rovine sparse all'interno del Parco Archeologico Patrimonio UNESCO di Ayutthaya, mentre la città nuova si è sviluppata in parte sull'isola e in parte al di là del fiume, quasi a congiungersi con Bangkok che si trova a soli 70 km più a sud.Ayutthaya è in questi giorni (ottobre 2011) al centro dei notiziari anche in Italia in quanto gravemente minacciata dalle inondazioni e la speranza è che i monumenti non risultino troppo danneggiati da questo grave problema idrogeologico.

Nel XVI secolo Ayutthaya era al suo massimo splendore con un'area urbana che comprendeva circa 400 templi e 3 palazzi reali ma venne poi distrutta dai Birmani alla fine del 1700.

Per una visita sufficientemente buona della cittadina servono almeno un paio di giorni. Il parco archeologico si estende quasi completamente in pianura e tutti i diversi musei e monumenti sono facilmente raggiungibili spostandosi in bicicletta. Visto il caldo è bene essere sempre provvisti di una scorta di acqua anche se ci sono comunque negozi e chioschi all'ingresso di ogni attrazione.

Di sicuro i monumenti da non perdere sono Wat Phra Mahathat e Wat Ratburana.
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Located just 76 km from bangkok, the ...

Located just 76 km from Bangkok, the old capital of Thailand is a major tourist attraction in the country since its territory contains one of the most important historical parks, having become the site sponsored by UNESCO since 1991. As with most Thai cities, there is a zone in Ayutthaya, the island bordered by the Chao Phraya, Pa Sak and Maenam from Khlong Sa Bua, full of guesthouses and accommodation at a good price, as well as areas where spend an evening drinking a beer or a cup of coffee. The street perpendicular is a good alternative for those who want to enjoy a plate of pad thai or other local dishes as there are several bancarelline where it is cooked what you want on the fly (not all do everything banquets, usually every kitchen cook 4 or 5 different dishes based on rice or noodles.), but consider that the Thais eat early enough so do not pretend to still find the food to 22. If you feel like taking a walk or if you are traveling with your vehicle can make a jump to the ruins of the summer tourist are floodlit until about 21.

Situata a soli 76 km da Bangkok, la vecchia capitale della Thailandia è una delle maggiori attrazioni turistiche del paese visto che sul suo territorio è conservato uno dei parchi storici più importanti, divenuto anche sito patrocinato dall'Unesco fin dal 1991. Come per la maggior parte delle città thailandesi, ad Ayutthaya è presente una zona, all'interno dell'isola delimitata dal Chao Phraya, dal Maenam Pa Sak e dal Khlong Sa Bua, colma di guesthouses e sistemazioni a buon prezzo, oltre a locali dove passare una serata a bere una birra o una tazza di caffè. La via perpendicolare è una buona alternativa per chi vuole gustare un piatto di pad thai o gli altri piatti locali visto che si trovano parecchie bancarelline dove viene cucinato ciò che desiderate al volo (non tutti i banchetti fanno tutto, solitamente ogni cuoco cucina 4 o 5 piatti differenti a base di riso o di noodles.), ma considerate che i thailandesi mangiano abbastanza presto quindi non pretendete di trovare ancora del cibo alle 22. Se avete voglia di farvi una passeggiata o se viaggiate con un vostro mezzo potete fare un salto alle rovine che nella stagione turistica sono illuminate fino alle 21 circa.
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A historical city

Well near Bangkok, approximately 80 km, Ayutthaya proves a real pearl Asian. It was the former capital of the kingdom, the second after Sukhothai. Founded in 1350, it was destroyed by the Burmese in the 18th century, giving rise to what today are the ruins of the historic city. Much later, in 1950, the town was rebuilt and became a major tourist attraction. Beautiful and very well maintained, no wonder she was elected UNESCO World Heritage Site. I really enjoyed visiting the city that houses the Buddha lying outdoors, the Buddha carved into a tree and many temples. The area is an open air museum that gives us a lot of peace and spirituality. Many people seek the place to pray, meditate and be enchanted with this space so exotic and interesting. I went through a walk starting from Bangkok, but you can also go on your own by bus or train. I thought it best to go through a tour agency purchased in Thai, as the guide helped me understand more about the story. Fortunately, Thailand is very structured and tourism in the question therefore becomes quite easy to get there.

Uma cidade histórica

Bem perto de Bancoc, a 80 km aproximadamente, Ayutthaya se revela uma verdadeira pérola asiática. Era a antiga capital do reino, a segunda depois de Sukhothai. Fundada em 1350, ela foi destruída no século 18 pelos birmaneses, dando origem ao que hoje são as ruínas da cidade histórica. Bem mais tarde, em 1950, a cidade foi reconstruída e se tornou um grande atrativo turístico. Linda e muito bem conservada, não é a toa que ela foi eleita patrimônio mundial da UNESCO.
Gostei muito de visitar a cidade que abriga o buda deitado ao ar livre, o buda esculpido em uma árvore e muitos templos. A área é um museu a céu aberto que nos transmite muita espiritualidade e paz. Muitas pessoas procuram o local para orar, meditar e se encantar com esse espaço tão exótico e interessante.
Eu fui através de um passeio partindo de Bancoc, mas você também pode ir por conta própria de ônibus ou trem. Achei melhor ir através de um passeio comprado em uma agência tailandesa, pois o guia me ajudou a entender mais sobre a história. Felizmente, a Tailândia é muito bem estruturada no quesito turismo e por isso, fica bem fácil chegar até lá.
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Ayutthaya, the ancient thai capital

Stresses exclusively for its ruins and temples. The city itself does not have any attraction, but numerous historical complex of buildings have great Khmer city, although not as well preserved as those of Sukhothai, help to understand and imagine how it was and how people lived in ancient Thai culture. There is a bonus for entering different monuments (100 batts) worth buying. It should necessarily visit the historic resort center (Wat Phra Si Mahathat and Wat Phra Sanphet) which is the most photographed image of Ayutthaya, a head of a Buddha trapped under the roots of a large tree, the temple of the Reclining Buddha ( I forget the name but it is one of the most known for the 17 meter Reclining Buddha) and Wat Chai Wattanara, a temple a little out of the center (it is essential to get a bike, tuk-tuk ...) but really well preserved and spectacular view, especially at sunset (there is a photo that I leave). Personally I think if you are short of time (although a visit of two days is sufficient to know the city) or is not passionate about the ruins, more worthwhile visiting Sukhothai to Ayutthaya.

Ayutthaya, antigua capital tailandesa

Destaca exclusivamente por sus ruinas y templos.
La ciudad en si no presenta ningún atractivo, pero los numerosos complejos históricos de la ciudad presentan grandes edificios jemeres que, aunque no tan bien conservados como los de Sukhotai, ayudan a entender e imaginar cómo era y cómo se vivía en la antigua cultura Tailandesa.
Existe un bono para entrar a diferentes monumentos (100 batts) que vale la pena comprar.
Se debe visitar obligatoriamente el complejo histórico central (Wat Phra Si Sanphet y Wat Phra Mahathat) en el que se encuentra la imagen mas fotografiada de Ayutthaya, una cabeza de un Buda atrapada bajo las raíces de un gran arbol, el templo del buda reclinado (no recuerdo el nombre pero es uno de los lugares más conocidos por el Buda Reclinado de 17 metros) y Wat Chai Wattanara, un templo un poco alejado del centro (es imprescindible llegar en bicicleta, tuk-tuk...) pero realmente bien conservado y espectacular de ver, especialmente durante la puesta de sol (de allí es la foto que os dejo).

Personalmente pienso que si se dispone de poco tiempo (aunque una visita de 2 días es suficiente para conocer la ciudad) o no se es un apasionado de las ruinas, merece más la pena visitar Sukhotai que Ayutthaya.
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Bangkok to ayutthaya

Only one and a half ago he had come to Bangkok, where the girl was sleeping in the guesthouse where I was wondering where my next station. Ayutthaya. Thus, entering the sky train, subway and changed after I got to Hua Lamphong railway station. Buy a ticket for 15 baht, nothing. Yes, two hours or more, not calculated. I did not understand, that route was where my train was leaving. All you want to help and if they do not understand neither their own language. But those smiles will not be told no. In the end, I found my train track. The train of course, late. But I enjoy the environment. It was like transport me to another time more distant and romantic. Actually, it is an unforgettable experience. Conversations with thai, selling food on the train. The place reserved for monks. And the landscape. It was the beginning of a great journey into the history of Thailand, I loved doing that trip, because I lived the true identity of Thais. Thank, not going to any agency where you sell a ticket for a day trip by Ayutthaya, I'm an independent traveler and weaving the trip as the days go by. When you get to Ayutthaya, you have to go by the first street you see nothing out. And do not imagine the typical civilized street. That, though. I harassed the tuk tuk as in the capital. Will reach the river, there for 3 bths, or less. You take a boat that will cross to the other side. Then torcéis right, imagine a chaotic street. That is, many lampposts, many food stalls and heat scorch-two. There is much inns, hotels, and guesthouse. In one of the streets on the left, is the largest of all. Still, for me is go on an adventure and go completely improvising. Adrenaline is constantly traveling. When I get bored so I plan not give many more details of accommodation, only tell you that in low season can bring down prices, bargaining with consciousness. And if you are traveling alone or lonely. May you watch some, there is always some smartass who tries to cheat you. Then I recommend a bike, high protection sun cream and water. And to enjoy the different temples. Use caution when driving, and always adhere to the great and go slower to habituaros to drive right. The temples are illuminated at night are beautiful. If you have a good camera enjoy taking pictures. There is a food market that you can enjoy it now that if, being careful with raw and cut things. (Fruit and fish ...) I spent two days, the truth is that I liked. The bike went very cheap and the next night I went to Chiang Mai. The last few hours were very boring but then I met a French couple and chat. Ayutthaya To exit, simply go to the bus station or train. Buses can be super cheap 3rd class, you die of heat and uncomfortable, or 2nd and 1st that are more comfortable and faster. (I think they are more or less equal) and the train from Ayutthaya to Chiang Mai is 16 hours! So I decided to buy me a bus ticket.

De bangkok a ayutthaya

Solo hacía un día y medio que había llegado a Bangkok, cuando la chica del guesthouse donde estaba durmiendo me pregunto donde era mi siguiente estación. Ayutthaya.
Así, que entre en el sky train, cambié al metro y después llegué a Hua Lamphong, la estación de tren. Compre el billete por 15 baths, nada. Eso sí, 2 horas o más, no las calcule. No entendía, que vía era donde salía mi tren. Todos te quieren ayudar y no se si es que no entienden ni su propio idioma. Pero a esas sonrisas no se les puede decir que no. Al final, encontré mi vía de tren. El tren como no, tarde. Pero yo disfrutando del entorno. Era como transportarme a otra época más lejana y romántica. La verdad, que es una experiencia inolvidable. Las conversaciones con los thai, la comida que venden en el tren. El sitio reservado para los monjes. Y el paisaje.

Fue el principio de un gran viaje hacía la historia de Tailandia, me encanto hacer ese viaje, porque viví la identidad de los verdaderos tailandeses. Agradezco, no haber ido a cualquier agencia donde te venden un ticket de una excursión de un día por Ayutthaya, soy una viajera independiente y voy tejiendo el viaje a medida que van pasando los días.

Cuando llegas a Ayutthaya, tienes que ir por la primera calle que ves nada más salir. Y no os imaginéis la típica calle civilizada. Ahí, eso si. Os acosaran los tuk tuk igual que en la capital.
Llegareis al rió, ahí por 3 bths, o menos. Cogéis un barco que os cruce al otro lado. Luego torcéis a la derecha, imaginaros una calle caótica. Esa es, muchos postes de luz, muchos puestos de comida y el calor abrasan-dos.
Hay mucho hostales, hoteles, y guesthouse. En una de la calles a mano izquierda, es la más grande de todas.

Igual, para mi es ir a la aventura completamente e ir improvisando. Es la adrenalina constante para viajar. Cuando planeo me aburro por eso no doy muchos más detalles de alojamiento, solo os digo que en temporada baja podéis bajar los precios, regateando con consciencia. Y más si viajáis sola o solo. Que tengáis cuidado con algunos, que siempre hay algún listillo que te intenta timar.

Luego, os recomiendo una bici, crema de Sol alta protección y agua. Y a disfrutar de los diferentes templos. Tener cuidado al conducir, y siempre respetar a los grandes e ir más lentos para habituaros a conducir a la derecha.

Los templos por la noche están iluminados son preciosos. Si tenéis una buena cámara disfrutar haciendo fotos.
Hay un mercado de comida que podréis disfrutarlo, ahora eso si, teniendo cuidado con las cosas crudas y cortadas. (Fruta y pescado...)
Yo estuve dos días, la verdad es que me gustó. La bici me salió muy barata y a la noche siguiente me fui a Chiang Mai. Las ultimas horas, fueron muy aburridas pero luego conocí a una pareja de franceses y charlar.
Para salir de Ayutthaya, simplemente ves a la estación de autobuses o de tren. Los buses, pueden ser super baratos 3ª clase, te mueres de calor y son incómodos, o 2ª y 1ª que son más cómodos y más rápidos. (Creo que más o menos son igual)
Y el tren de Ayutthaya a Chiang Mai es de 16 horas! Así que yo decidí comprar me un billete de bus.
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Historic town

Ayutthaya is located not far from Bangkok, and it is a city that is definitely worth the visit. Of accommodation options exist if you want to fully enjoy the site and, why not, look at the daily lives of Thais: the market is picturesque as always, in a provincial atmosphere. The archaeological park, beautifully restored, is an architectural marvel. Ayutthaya was the capital from the 15th to the 17th century, the temples were built of brick, now apparent, as the stucco covering them suffered the ravages of time. We see a couple of Buddhists, "wat" temples, statues are beautifully draped in saffron: "It's bath"!

Ville historique

Ayutthaya n'est pas située très loin de Bangkok, et c'est une ville qui vaut absolument la visite. Des possibilités d'hébergement existent si on veut apprécier pleinement le site et, pourquoi pas, s'intéresser à la vie quotidienne des thais : le marché est pittoresque comme toujours, dans une ambiance provinciale.
Le parc archéologique, bien restauré, est une merveille architecturale. Ayutthaya fut capitale du 15ème au 17ème siècle ; les temples ont été construits en briques, actuellement apparentes, car le stuc qui les recouvrait a subi les outrages du temps. On voit une quinzaine de temples bouddhistes, les "wat" ; les statues sont joliment drapées de safran : "c'est bath" !
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Excapital great, ayutthaya

An incredible place to spend one or two long days, depending on whether route blocks tuk tuk or whether as walking (it will take you two days to go easy). We have a video montage of our passage through the city to help get an idea of ​​its majesty. I hope you enjoy it and encourage you to visit! ''

Grandiosa excapital, ayutthaya

Un lugar increíble en el que pasar uno o dos días largos, dependiendo de si se hace ruta con tuk tuk o de si as a pie (te llevaría 2 días para ir con calma). Tenemos un montaje de vídeo de nuestro paso por la ciudad para ayudar a hacerse una idea de su majestuosidad. ¡Espero que lo disfruten y os anime a visitarlo!
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Ride on ayuthayaa ..

Thai ancient city of the empire. Former capital. Beautiful walk through the park with the ruins of the temples. Quite impressive Buddha image in the roots ... is one of those things that surprise you. Unbelievable care for their gardens ... something special ...

De paseo on ayuthayaa..

Ciudad antigua del imperio thai. Antigua capital. Precioso pasear por sus parques con las ruinas de los templos. Algo impresionante la imagen de Buda en las raí de esas cosas que te sorprenden. Increíble el cuido de sus jardines...algo especial...
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The former capital of thailand

This civilization, already considered historic park Heritage worth cross it by bike. You spend a relaxed da, walking and touring the ancient Thailand devastated by the Burmese. Its appeal lies in the different landscapes travs walking several lakes and temples. Coastline of Thailand: ''

La antigua capital de tailandia

Esta ciudad en ruinas, ya considerado parque histórico Patrimonio de la Humanidad, merece la pena recorrerla en bici.
Pasas un día relajado, de paseo y recorriendo la antigua Tailandia devastada por los birmanos.
Su atractivo reside en los distintos paisajes que se recorren a través de varios lagos y templos.

Más información de Tailandia en: 'ías/'
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Ruins of the ancient capital, declare...

Ruins of the ancient capital, declared cultural Heritage by UNESCO. If you visit Bangkok, I recommend you make a hole for a visit. There are many guides that take you and bring in the same day, and tb flying you by the most outstanding monuments. After seeing both Wat Ayutthaya impresses you, and above all, do not expect it.

Ruinas de la antigua capital, declaradas Patromonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco. Si visitas Bangkok, te recomiendo que hagas un hueco para visitarla. Hay muchos guías que te llevan y traen en el mismo día, y tb te hacen la ruta por los monumentos más destacados. Después de ver tanto Wat, Ayutthaya te impresiona y, sobre todo, no te lo esperas.
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Street lamp

This cocktail bar of the truth that comes from all sides! I'm now listening to a local music group, who happen to be part of the template bar. They're singing songs kind, Bob Dylan, Guns N Roses, and bob marley, the beatles, etc ... It's funny to see the singer! It seems to fumanchu and sings like Joe Cocker! Jajajaj's a very cool and the sea of ​​people is comfortable. 100% recommended to have a beer (chang by 55b or so).

Street lamp

Este bar de copas la verdad que de sale por todos los costados!! Estoy ahora mismo escuchando un grupo de música local, que resulta que son parte de la plantilla de bar. Están cantando canciones tipo, Bod dylan, guns n roses, y bob marley, the beatles, etc... Me hace gracia ver al cantante!! Se parece a fumanchu y canta como Joe Cocker!!! Jajajaj hay un ambiente muy chulo y la gente esta la mar de agusto. 100% recomendable para tomarse una birra ( chang por 55b mas o menos ).
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A place alusinante

The Summer Palace or Bang Pan was the residence of the King of Siam (now Thailand) is a preserved and maintained as I have seen few. As he traveled the parks and palaces around the lake looked like it was in the movie "Anna and the King" which is a true story and set in this place. Etchevers Mercedes, Argentina.

Un lugar alusinante

El palacio de verano o Bang Pan era la residencia del rey de Siam (actual Tailandia)
Es un lugar conservado y mantenido como he visto pocos. Cuando recorría los parques y palacios alrededor del lago parecía que estaba dentro de la película "Ana y el Rey" que es un hecho verídico y transcurre en este lugar.
Mercedes Etchevers, Argentina.
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