Adelphi Grande Bangkok
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdelphi Grande Bangkok
The Adelphi Grande Bangkok is a really great hotel in the middle of Bangkok. Rooms, Staff, and the view of the Skyline = amazing. Definitely would recommend it!!
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I first woke up at about three O clock this morning feeling right as rain, which makes it even more annoying that I woke up again at six feeling like utter rubbish. We were late into work again, which is not entirely surprising, only to find that both of our Thai teachers were sick. The office decided to send teacher May with Becky and teacher P. Toi with me. I suggested that we swapped as May was familiar with my children having covered for my usual ...
... eventually settled in her allocated seat- phew!
We spent our last few days in Bangkok, enjoying the crazy city and buying all the presents for everyone back home. We both felt very strange on our last few days, not knowing what we would do with ourselves now that we had to join the real world but we both couldn't wait to see our families and friends and tell them about our adventure of a lifetime.
... as we waited the few minutes till 4 pm as this was when it became free. Didn't know this so our timing was simply fortuitously do ...
... met a Dutch couple were we later went with for some food and drinks at the pack packers street Khao San Road as in China Town everything was already closed.
13 January 2015
Administration day. Hans did his tax "homework" and I checked and read what we all can do in Thailand as the hostel had a lot of information and the hostel owner knows a lot as well so I got a lo of tips of him. ...
... an old record player, started playing, immediately followed by the sound of someone blowing a whistle. I was still taking in the surroundings so it took me a moment to notice that every single person in the packed main hall was standing and facing the same direction, and none of them was moving. This was evidently the Thailand equivalent of the national anthem. What was amazing, though, is that the very instant the music stopped playing, it was as if someone hit play ...