Chaophya Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... We dropped Deb off and Dorothy and I went to an Italian Restaurant called 'Why Not?'. It was the venue for the Book Group. Dorothy had invited me along because when I first arrived I told her that I'd just started reading The Paris Wife and amazingly, out of all the millions of books in the world, that's exactly what her book group were reading! It's about Hemmingway and his first wife Hadley and their life in Paris after the First World War in the company of Scott Fitzgerald ...
... 300 THB (Thai Bhat) per day, which is close to $10 USD. That is what I tipped. $1.00 USD is about 32 THB, 150THB is about $5. However, when I first arrived, I kept thinking 150 TBH was about $1.50. I also had difficulty discerning between the 100 THB bill and the 1,000 THB bill. One is red, one is orange Twice I thought I gave a 100 and I actually gave 1,000, and I did not wait for change… I made someone’s day in ...
... drinks at the world's highest open air bar - the Sky Bar on the 63rd floor of the Dome at State Tower (http://www.lebua.com/sky-bar)...there is a higher bar at Burj Khalifa in Dubai, but it's not an open air bar...
Floating Market to me was a tourist trap..maybe I am saying this because I've seen so many of various markets in exotic lands - floating ...
... 8217;t have wanted to be there on my own though! Most of the time I felt very safe walking around Bangkok on my own, very few people staring or too much unwanted attention, although that may have had a lot to do with my sweaty and unglamorous backpacker look considering that after I’d gone home and washed my hair and put a casual dress on, I went around the corner to change some money and in those few short minutes I got a lot more stares, comments from male ...
... see the golden Buddha in Wat Trimit. He told us it was closed and that we should go some where else. We knew this was a lie as we had just bumped into a local who we had a chat with about it (we knew their tricks now). He also tried to rip us off really badly and refused to take us where we wanted so we walked away and found some one else. The tuk tuk was a hairy ride, weaving in and out of the cars, I was pretty scared at times. We arrived at ...