Citadines Sukhumvit 8 Bangkok
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCitadines Sukhumvit 8 Bangkok
The stay at the hotel was very comforting. I experienced great hospitality from the hotel staff and neat service during my stay. The hotel is located on Soi 8, which is a lively place with bars and nightlife.
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... in the airport for ages trying to figure out the hotel. Hungry and frustrated, and now saddled down with all our luggage, we had nowhere to go. We decided on a hotel that looked and sounded good according to several reviews. So we booked it for just a night (thank God!) and decided food first and we headed to grab a cab While waiting in the line for the taxi a couple approached us about sharing a cab when they saw our Canadian backpacks. They ended up being from Toronto ...
... and other bugs hovering around, it's part of the life of the citizens here and the actual experience of being here. We were able to get a plate of food for roughly $1.25 USD. Met up with our CS friend at MBK. Her name is Ploi and coincidentally, she goes to school in Utah up at USU. She took us to the Grand Palace and we met up with her friend, Annie, at the entrance. We had to gown up before we were admitted because we were wearing shorts. I guess it's a sign ...
... told me, she has a gift, and that gift is called getting free drinks. Even though I knew I was being used, I was so entertained by Kate and her lifestyle that I couldn’t walk away.
In the early hours of the morning, Kate left and just as I was about to call it quits, I was pulled in to a table of Argentinian guys. We introduced ourselves and hung out for a little bit but by then Levels was closing. The guys wanted to go to ...
... thereof. Most of the accompanying texts are in good English. We learned more about the history of Thailand which we appreciated very much.
The building is all in a charming colonial late 19th century style with beautiful wooden stairs.
We left the Museum to walk back to Pier 5 through part of Chinatown. Here as much as on the Flowermarket, it is impossible to give a complete picture of the peculiarities of that area. Let’s ...
... my arms inside and held my breath in as I tried not to get asphyxiated by all the fumes of all of the exhaust pipes around me! How cool was this!
Three minutes later, I stood in front of the “Lebua At State Tower” with messy hair and smelling fumes but having survived my first tuk-tuk ride and having felt all the thrills and hair-raising excitement associated to it! Hehehe!