The Bhuthorn

96-98 Phraeng Bhuthorn Rd., Bangkok, 10200, Thailand | Hotel
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A tale of two cities...

A travel blog entry by katieboo


"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times"
(aka flight from hell, amazing hotel)

Day One

In spite of last minute panic packing (and Kate checking Rufus definitely had passports at least 100 times) we made it to Heathrow just shortly after check-in opened (thank you David). All was going swimmingly well, which should …

Flying adventures from hell part 1

A travel blog entry by katieboo

Day 4 Bangkok - The horror of a thousand airports (okay, 3 airports) begins...

So, we got the airport (this time avoiding the rush hour traffic), checked-in and got our boarding passes, breezed through security and as previous mentioned were generally feeling confident that our flights would go much smoother.

Little did we know …

My, what big feet you have!

A travel blog entry by katieboo

Day 4 Bangkok - Wat Poh

Day 4 began well, having agreed with the very nice owner of the Bhuthorn that we could leave our bags in our room and come back and shower at lunchtime before we left for the airport, we set off to see Wat Poh (Tinky-Winky, Dipsy and La-la being notably absent). It is located across a minor road from the southern …

Sparkly, shiny things...

A travel blog entry by katieboo

Day 3 - The Grand Palace

It is only a short walk (involving the crossing of only one major road) from the Bhuthorn to the side of the Grand Palace in Bangkok. However, regardless of how short the walk is if you're going to a major attraction then you will come across a peculiar phenomenon: No matter what time you try to get there, there …

Tuktuks, temples and temperature

A travel blog entry by katieboo


Bangkok Day 2

We woke up early, when it was merely hot (upgrading to very hot, too bloody hot and finally try not to die hot as the day progressed).

Kate, being a SE Asian veteran, decided that we should undertake the obligatory Bangkok Tuktuk experience. Haggling for the best price, holding on for dear life (and praying whilst …

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This hotel, located in the พระนคร area of Bangkok, is near Grand Palace, Mini Angkor Wat, and The Upper Terrace.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding