BEST WESTERN Mayfair Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today we ate breakfast in the hotel and took a shuttle to the airport. All of us flew to Bangkok and took a taxi to Best Western with a taxi driver who got lost.
When we arrived at the hotel we ate lunch by the pool at 5pm then took a swim around 7pm. After the pool we all went up to our rooms for a while then went down to dinner at the …
... less then probably $3 for everything. I will be eating this EVERYDAY until we leave. After our lunch we walked to what is known as the Grand Palace. I feel like I have been to many of the most known Cathedrals, Mosques, and Temples around the world, and the Grand Palace, I would have to say is my favorite. I can't explain how much detail and colors have gone into this palace, and it's sad because I know ...
... to turn off their “find my friends’ app, except in stages so we wouldn’t get suspicious if we tried to see where they are. It was such a funny and surreal meal, having had them talk about Cabbages and Condoms for years, and to be finally sitting there with them.
After the meal we all walked back to the hotel to get settled and get some sleep. The reason Jim didn't let us unpack at all was because he was sharing his room with Anna and we were sharing ...
... to do in bangkok... Sky dining. After googling a lot and finding the best place to go to, we were off to the Red Sky Bar, 55 floors up, at the Centara Grand Hotel. We had fun catching all the different lifts, each taking us to different levels and feeling the nerves edge in. My word this bar was super high up, I managed to cope slightly. We walked out onto the balcony, Ian managed to go up the glass stairs around the edge to another level... Well done to him. I stayed ...
... at Singharat guesthouse where the hosts were very friendly and smiley. The room was clean, fresh and complete luxury in comparison to our last hostel. We had 3 days/ 4 nights to explore this town which is the main attraction in Laos. Now a UNESCO world heritage site the town is filled with tour operators, guesthouses and restaurants including french bakeries catering to tourists. It's not dissimilar to Hoi An in Vietnam or Ubud in Bali actually. Most of the buildings are very ...