For three days and two nights I stayed at the Ratchaprasong intersection area as guests of the Grand Hyatt Erawan hotel. They put me in the Spa Cottage on the 5th floor alongside the swimming pool. From my private verandah, I could look straight down onto the Erawan Shrine. On this last day, I just relaxed at the hotel and explored the immediate area. Here are the tweets I tweeted live during the day.
[tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640319937068662784] [tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640366034298388480] [tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640368556526272512] [tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640375495276650497] [tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640400924704247808] [tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640406226384236544] [tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640416066615705600] [tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640420729637310465] [tweet https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/640459172924882944]
One thought on “Day 3 at Grand Hyatt: Ratchaprasong Intersection”
You’re living a charm life Richard. More power to you.
I’ve “discovered” Wat Pratoom as well, to my delight. It’s a great oasis of green and peace in the heart of the concrete jungle.