Citadines Sukhumvit 11 Bangkok
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Our final train journey in Asia began at 0850 am in Chiang Mai.
The tuk tuk journey to the station was just 10 minutes, we paid 100 baht.
Our train was on time. It was called the Special Express. We had booked 2nd class, I was hoping the train was a bit cleaner than the Indian trains.
We were greeted by a member of staff …
... on, for several more kilometers before I decided it was time to turn around and head back. A motorcycle taxi soon came along and 60 Baht took me right back to the pier. After recrossing the river I took another bike to Quen Sirikit MRT station which was just one stop away from Asok, where I took the BTS back to Nana, feeling very tired but very happy to have visited Bang Krachao.
In the evening i returned to ...
... of a bag of tiny bright yellow rubber duckies.. They were laughing and joking and playing with their ducks. As we sat there enjoying their fun and smiles, they gave Mike and I a rubber duckie. We all laughed at the silliness of it all, as we squeeked our ducks in a shared moment of retail insanity gone amuck. What a vibrant, breathing, crazy, impossible, lively in the moment kind of place. It's not something anyone could control...nor should you want to!
... have been hundreds of feet long! SO MUCH DETAIL! We walked along admiring it for a while, then checked out the Grand Palace, in which royal functions are currently performed. The place was a mixture of European and Thai architecture and was guarded by a bunch of guys who didn’t flinch a muscle even in 95 degree heat. Continuing on around the elaborate grounds filled with statues, European-style buildings and sweeping lawns, we eventually arrived at the Queen ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center