Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Õues on tõeliselt kuum, 35 kraadi. Otsustasime targu mitte liiga suuri plaane teha ja ette võtta ainult ühe vaatamisväärsuse ehk Bangkoki ühe tunnusmärgi Wat Arun'i templi. Taksoga sõitsime kõigepealt jõe äärde, siis ekspresspaadile. Hullult on ümberringi turiste ja üldine kuum kaootilisus. Õhku pole, jõgi on väga reostunud ja inimesi palju,< …
Hommikul kõigepealt randa ujuma. Täna on vähem laineid, aga sama kena. Siis istusime tuktukki oma kohvritega ja lasime end viia nn bussijaama. Ehk peatuse moodi kohta ühe tänava ääres.
Pelgasime natuke, et 3h bussisõitu on kuidagi raske, aga isegi hoolimata mitte kaugeltki enam nooruspäevis bussist polnud häda midagi, Ja olemegi …
... Linda or Weston and sleep the entire time :) We booked a different hotel in Bangkok that in theory is next to the airport rail line. We arrived before check in and went to look for lunch, after dousing Vivian with hydrocortisone for her 15 plus insect bites. Apparently there was some good shopping half a mile from the hotel so Vivian and Dad went to check it out while Wes and Linda took naps, this was foolish on Linda's part. Deals were had and money was ...
... into the center for 3 or 4 hours, which seems very impressive: I was only there for an hour before I got too hungry and left. I'm not a very good sort-of Buddhist. Because I'm here, I felt like I should see some of the famous temples, so looked at the Grand Palace, Wat Pho (the reclining Buddha), and the Temple of Dawn. After India (and particularly Varanasi) though, I've been intensely craving AC, cleanliness, quiet, and sterility, so after I felt I had out ...
Bangkok was hot and felt even hotter. On the day of our arrival we explored the area around our hotel. It was in the diplomatic quarter which meant it was a bit cleaner and greener. On the other side of the road was a shopping mall with a nice supermarket and a food court. The stalls offered many different Asian dishes and because we liked it so much we came straight back the following night.