Grottino Residence

Address: 9/10 Sukhumvit Soi 19, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Silom Thai Cooking School, Sukhumvit, Dreamworld, and Chatuchak Park.
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      And then there were three (Thailand)

      A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Nov 24, 2014

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      ... and in the early morning it was completely empty and we could walk out of our bungalow surrounded by jungle and the odd wild monkey on to the beach and take photos you've only ever seen before on a postcard that you don't believe could ever be real. That night we ate dinner at our hotel overlooking the ocean even though we had had a pizza slice the size of my face which fuelled us for the walk back home. Back in our bungalow I did perhaps the most stupid thing I have ever done. Just as ...

      Cruising on the river

      A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Nov 19, 2014

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      ... guessed pretty quickly which flowers were in season! They all sold pretty much the same thing. There were different offshoots selling fruit and veg. One guy had a truck full of spring onions- most spring onions I've ever seen!! We then got back on the boat to go towards home. Each boat has three operators; a driver, a ticket lady and a 'barkment' steward- who sits at the back of the boat; he secures the boat when docking at each pier ...

      One Night in Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by wanderingjay on Nov 06, 2014

      ... however houses a magnificent emerald Buddha. The origins of the Buddha is a compete mystery and was found by accident. A lightening strike hit a pagoda that uncovered a copper Buddha. The monk that found it noticed that part of the copper had melted and was covering something. When they stripped away the copper, it was encasing a Buddha made of green jasper. It now sits on a huge podium made of gold and studded in diamonds, rubies and sapphires. ...

      And so it begins

      A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... bags and walked straight out of customs (which required no forms and no bag scanning) and followed the signs to the taxi stand where there was no line and got a metered taxi to our hotel near Khao San Rd. The taxi driver was very nice and as talkative as his knowledge of English allowed (which was far better than my complete lack of knowledge of Thai). But I was still waiting for the other foot to drop, especially given the weird luck I’d had over the last 52 hours.
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      Now we wait

      A travel blog entry by joshnjess on Aug 10, 2014

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      ... When we land in Samui, the passengers cheered and clapped, congratulating the captain on a successful landing. That's an interesting concept. A taxi trip to our hotel at night showed us some of the Thai way. Road rules are really just guidelines and the scooter riders hardly ever wear helmets. Stray dogs litter the streets and the combination of street food vendors and scooters mean that drive through takeaways are ...