24 Inn Hotel

670-672 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | Hotel
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Bangkok, Thailand

A travel blog entry by woodgeandfidge

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My second time to Bangkok and Marks first. A buzzling city full of street stalls, night markets, restaurants and shops. Luckily the protests all seem to have calmed down a bit and unless you wander to the protest areas you really wouldn't know it is happening. We stayed in a hotel on the river front which is a really good location as you are away from the hectic city and the hotels all offer a boat shuttle to take you into the main areas. The ...

Visas and demonstrators

A travel blog entry by steve_m

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... before 6:00 and things all look very quiet. We get our rooms straight away which is almost unheard of and settle in before going down for breakfast, Had heard that people were not travelling to Bangkok because of the troubles here that were being broadcast around the world on national news channels and first impressions certainly suggest that this is the case.
To try and avoid the demonstrators who are camped out on closed streets around the ...

Background, preparations and latest news

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy

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... oust the current government. The US, of course, supports the current government, even though they are corrupt to the core and even though they bought the election with misguided populist policies that are bankrupting the country. And why does the US support them? Because they were "democratically" elected. And why would the US support corrupt governments that buy their way into power with reckless populist policies? Because that's how democracy works in the US ...

Hoi An, Danang, Ho Chi Minh city and Bangkok

A travel blog entry by ldobree

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... town we were supposed to because we really weren't that impressed and so had lunch and planned to go to the north of the city to see the dusit palace and the surrounding grounds. We now come to the thing we hate most about Bangkok- getting around Bangkok. Bangkok is a big city- we walked 3 miles on our first evening and got across about 1/2 of it so I guess walking could have been an option but the palaces were even further away and we only had half a day so we weren't keen to walk ...

Day 12 - Monday, 18 November 2013

A travel blog entry by calogie

... to go home. It had been a long day. We got to the marina and transported back to our villas arriving just after 6 pm. We showered and a few drinks back at the villa before driving out to Patong Beach for dinner. We ate at the Tiger Inn again as Pudd wanted a burger. We were back home and in bed by 11 pm as we were both pretty tired. On the way home though, not more than 2 minutes away from the Villa, we were pulled over ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Chao Phraya River, Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School, Silom Thai Cooking School, and Sukhumvit.
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