Lemonseed Rooms

Address: 595 soi Petchaburi 11, Petchaburi Rd, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the ราชเทวี area of Bangkok, is near Platinum Fashion Mall, Suan Pakkad Palace Museum, Khlong Saen Saeb, and Payathai Palace.
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        Bangkok hustle bustle

        A travel blog entry by j-sworldtrip on Jan 21, 2015

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        ... sweltering heat for 10mins before finding our hotel.. ...and relax. Greeted by a lemongrass ice tea we were rejuvenated and alive! Upstairs on the roof terrace for a cheeky wine. Yes, all paid for by the hotel who made an error with the room not being poolside, so we were offered a few hours in the executive lounge with free food and wine, now that's the life! A great way to start a trip of a ...

        Goodbye Cambodia, Hello Bangkok, Hello 2015!

        A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Jan 01, 2015

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        ... were immediately invited to join their staff new years party! Free food and drinks, including all the Thai specialities such as silk worm and crickets! (yes we tried them...). We absolutely love this hostel, its really small and homely and mega clean and has everything you need including 24/hr cereal, toast and chocolate milk... seriously what more could you want... for £6.50 a night! Our double bed pod is sooo comfy, I've slept ...

        Today We Explore Bangkok

        A travel blog entry by cwilkie on Dec 21, 2010

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        ... us supposed we were French or German. Either way, we wended our way into the winding streets off the main boulevard and found ourselves in front of a nice-looking restaurant, Ruan Thapthim (see street view). The sign mounted in front was written in English and Japanese in addition to Thai, and it featured an alternate spelling of the restaurant. I've wondered how that happens, where the miscommunication happens between the business owner and the printer, how a ...