Shama Sukhumvit Bangkok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... and Imperial Airways flights to Cairo, Baghdad and Kharachi and the menu offered from English tea and coffee to scones and jam!! That said, it did serve the regular (coke of course!) and offered free WiFi which we used greedily to determine our exact location (confirming that my map skills hadn't been lost on coming to Thailand!) and plan our route back to the hotel.
15. Thai McDonalds is similar to regular McDonalds. On walking back, ...
... and treated us to dinner and dessert. The Thai food tends to get a bit spicy. I'm realizing I'm a big baby because no one thinks its spicy except for me. Thankfully white rice is plentiful and will make up most of my diet while I'm here. Dessert was basically a thick piece of french toast soaked in butter and drizzled with honey. Very sweet but good. What a long day. I'm beat and ready to head to the islands tomorrow. Hoping it won't be raining like it did today. Monsoon season is no ...
... back to the fitting area. It was funny to see the dresses, suits, and coats only halfway completed! Even funnier to think that we pay $3,000+ for a suit in the U.S. that could easily be made here for $100! We both felt much better about our clothing purchases and choices after the fitting. After we were fitted, we were notified that our suits and dresses would be finished in 3 days and then shipped to our house in two weeks! Funny since ...
... his friends and uncle, drinking more beer, eating wonderful food and being accepted by the locals. That was a good little insight. By 9 pm I was ready to go home and got a taxi called. Wallop even gave me 200 Baht for it! So I actually made profit during the day, just by going into 4 tourist offices and getting some mean looks when leaving empty handed. But what do I care, I won't see any of 'em again. Right now I'm sitting at the night market. I got off at pier ...
... along the way, we docked up at the Grand Palace. The Grand Palace was initially home to the King's residences when first built way back in 1782 and within the grounds is the Wat Phra Kaew. This dazzling Buddhist temple is widely regarded as the holiest site in the country, and understandably so. The main temple is home to the Emerald Buddha while the vast shrines and meticulously detailed murals surrounding this are inspiring. We were well aware of the strict ...