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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Aphrodite Inn Bangkok
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... a bit **** and I really wasn't that hungry but it seemed unfair to just let her go off alone. This was ultimately quite frustrating because she wanted me to pick somewhere to eat, when really, I'm the one of us that will pretty much eat anywhere. Still, we ended up finding a nice little Vietnamese place with questionable music to sit down and eat at. Becky had Pho whilst I had some ribs covered in gravy with rice. It was certainly ...
... of the day combined with the fantastic sights and sounds to make for a wonderful experience. We could not possibly view everything in detail but our experienced guide made sure we saw the highlights which included the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It is a royal chapel situated within the walls of the palace. The Emerald Buddha housed within dates back to the 15th century AD, and is carved from a single block of jade. The crowds to get in to see this highly revered statue ...
... morning we took the ferry back to Sihanoukville. Marion felt better but Jeremy woke up with swollen eyes that morning and didn’t feel much better. Our little trip to the island started off great but unfortunately didn’t end too well. Furthermore, it was quite sad to see that tourists slowly flood such a lovely spot in Cambodia. It was shocking to experience how the locals try their best to adapt to the rapid increase in tourism but by the end of the day they cannot cope ...
... walk as quick as you can' vibe, such as India, but a vigilant eye must be kept. You will get a similar case of cultural overload but it's pleasant, especially when your main form of transport into the centre is a river boat. The city has a mix of the Chinese look and the Japanese technology influence, which make it a great place for tourists. A visit to Khao San Road explains everything Bangkok offers a backpacker; cheap food, extortionate ...
... of water melon and a guava all chopped into individual bags and sold, along with cutlery - a wooden pokey stick.Tonight's outing yanks us from one extreme to another as we are going to the brand spanking new Tonino Lamborghini Lounge. Jamie is working here from 10pm but we have supper first, Italian of course. It's very plush and luxurious with a convertible Lamborghini parked outside, of course. Because it is so new (it doesn't open properly for a few weeks ...