Warroom Boutique Hotel
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... I could climb down the embankment - there were a few steps and walk underneath the tracks. A much better idea for me. The station wasn't too far and we waited for the train. I'd rather go across in the train than walk.
We got back to the hotel about 6.30pm - tired but a really full and enjoyable day with a good guide and a capable driver.
After a shower we had a buffet dinner sat outside overlooking the river - a nice end to the day.
... My taxi drove me to the bnb without any other incident and Léo-Paul was waiting for me in the street because the bnb was very difficult to find. Happy Réunion and à welcome sleep. This morning we went in à small restaurant for breakfast and we met Guy and Serge, two retired tea chers from Quebec. Theýve benn here over and over and decided to show us an over view of Bangkok which is à very populated city. With high buildings. We have lunch in à ...
... came back to the hostel to check in and shower and lounge around. I feel quite jetlegged!! My overnight train to Chiang Mai leaves at 10pm. I ordered the ticket in advance on thailandrail.com, and they dropped off the ticket at the hostel for free since their ticket office is closed now for the holidays. It seems like many shops are closed for the holidays! Oh, I can't wait to see the country side and Chiang Mai, my home for the next two ...
... 3649;บบล& #3639;มอายŬ 0; 5555 สุดท้$ 34;ยเราก& #3655;มายืŨ 9;บนฮาร 3660;บิ้นไ ;ด้ในช 656;วงบ่า ย....อย่า งสง่า$ 12;่าเผย ...
... successful as my victory on the train in China it was just as enjoyable but I still managed to get some of the rules wrong. Note to self, you CANNOT discard a grey card! That evening we went for some local food in the town and a wander around the night market, a lot more peaceful than the ones we had visited so far in Thailand. The next morning was Angkor Wat day. Well I say day, it was more like the middle of the night as we left around 4.30am on pushbikes (who's idea could that ...