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... on a boat ride around where the locals live. It was quite an eye opener seeing them basically living off the river in their wooden houses. Lots of people grabbed my arm to get me to buy things. I bought a hat and a fan for about a pound which lasted about 24 hours. I can't complain. After the markets, we returned to the pool as it was so hot. We went out about 5.30pm and started at the tallest bar in ...
We took a train ride to the ruin city. We hired a tuk tuk. The driver was Thai he had long dreds and a Jamaican purse and he was jammin to bob Marley. We we called him bob of course. We went to 7 different ruined wats. It was a bigger city than I expected. One had an underground passage with murals painted on the walls. We had more ...
... of my backpack to show him. But before I can open the lid, he asks me if this is my first time in Thailand and I absentmindedly say yes.
You never say yes to that question from certain people. It's like saying yes to "Are you naive-enough that I can screw you over?"
Now you may be thinking, "Isn't lying one of the ten non-virtues?" Well in a sense, but that's a bit of an oversimplification. What's wrong is trying to deceive ...
... of democracy itself. The idea of "one man one vote", regardless of what that man contributes to the country, is the problem. And as long as we allow one man to vote another man's money into his pocket, we're going to have these problems.
So here now is my proposed solution: Instead of basing the right to vote on simply being able to breathe, we need to modify this concept. I know this won't be easy because the path of history for the past few centuries ...
... to wait a final 30 minutes. The drivers would not turn on the bus so we were not getting any air conditioning or airflow for that matter. The bus was literally an oven and we were all slowly baking to death. We would have stepped outside had they not kept telling us that it would be "just a minute." We finally took off and it was a short, comfortable bus ride back to Bangkok.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Adelphi Suites Bangkok
We have been visiting Thailand for many years staying mostly at 4 or 5 star hotels. However this time we tried the Adelphi Suites, a new building that just opened at the beginning of November. The Adelphi Suites is managed by Compass Hospitality, a very professional and experienced organization. All the Adelphi staff spoke English and the mangers spoke several international languages.
Great Hotel-New, Beautiful,
I stayed at the Adelphi Suites for the first time in December, 2008 and it was fantastic! It's a new hotel, small (90+ apartments), about 1 block to BTS Nana with great service and personality. Apartment is big and bath has separate bath and shower. Flat screen TV, new refrig, micro, stereo, etc. Great value for the money!
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New, convenient and great hotel
Just came back from Thailand and I really loved our stay in Adelphi Suites. It is very near Nana Station, has good restaurants nearby, a 7/11 50 meters away, good service, nice bed, good shower and good facilities. It has a nice, small swimming pool in the 16th floor with a fairly good view of the city. I would defintely stay in this hotel when I come back to Bangkok and I would highly recommend it to my friends.
Thank you for your kind comments on the performance of our services and facilities. We promise that we will keep the standard of our hotel to make you happy every time you stay with us.
We look forward to welcoming you again and thank you very much for your good comments on our hotel.
Very near Nana Station - about 100m, and with escalator going up to the station. Soi 8 is broad and well-lit. Lots of eateries, tailors and also a convenience store in the area. Our one-bedroom suite is bright and spacious, just like in the internet pictures. Bed is comfortable with crisp clean sheets. Shower works wonderfully. Free internet access in the room (maybe chargeable in the lobby). The breakfast provided is simple but adequate. Good size gym, nice pool area - both with great views up on the 16th floor. Had a very pleasant stay and will certainly use the hotel again if the price stays good.
This is a nice hotel and good location the heart of downtown in Bangkok. But the service was very poor keep me waiting for 1.15 hours to get a room. First, there was no booking while I had booked through AT Network.com. They said that I had to wait for while to get a room, while I was waiting for the room there was no one taking care of me or even update me the room status. The staff were not friendly but there was one fat guy with jacket (Front Office manager) came to greet me and hosted me a cup of coffee. He then rush to the counter and let the staff assigned me a room immediately.