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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... 1 Soul Food Mahanakom A small and modern converted shopfront restaurant (think Newtown) where an American food critic (yep I know what you're thinking) has set up a place where you can eat regional Thai dishes with a modern twist. We ate a Northern Thai noodle dish with curry, pork spare ribs with tamarind sauce (thought of you Dan) and lamb massaman curry. Washed down with a Chilean rose. Loved it! 2 Vietnamese And More After lots of walking down ...
... peaceful, but after all that excitement there was no way I was going to be able to sleep. We arrived in Bangkok around 7am, I retrieved my baggage and cleared customs and immigration, then changed the 20 Euro I'd been saving into Thai baht. The money changer's rates aren't amazing - but they're not terrible and it turns out that they charge no fees, so my 20 Euro became about 18.5 Euro worth of baht, not bad. If I'd used an ATM in the airport, I would have been charged 250 baht by ...
... watched in wonder as a porter moved down the carriages, somehow moving the seats into beds and pulling down a hidden top compartment into the upper bunk, with a tiny ladder to climb up. It still looked very high and narrow to us! I carefully climbed up and laid down. I was wondering how I was going to manage to sleep without falling out, I felt very near the edge. Luckily, I noticed there were seatbelts strapped up at the edge of the bed ...
... my Mom, I plan on spending my 21st birthday reading a book and eating my vegetables.
Those of you who are worldly informed, you might notice the current political instability in Bangkok. While it's certainly on the radar, we're thinking we'll be avoiding all of the uproar. My friend Amanda has a grandma who lives outside of the city, and we'll be staying at ...
Down to breakfast at 8:00 then back to the room where I watch a couple of mediocre movies on TV to pass the time.
I go out for a walk around the Khao San area and whilst it wasn't busy by any stretch of the imagination there were still plenty of people strolling around. I go to the Democracy Monument where the road was closed by tens of thousand of people when we were here in November but today there ...