Citadines Sukhumvit 8 Bangkok
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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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... really testing!! And cold showers. But we had a great time on our one full day when we hired bikes and cycled around the old town which is now a series of ruins which were once mainly temples. It had a very tranquil feel with none of the chaos you associate with a city; we stopped for some yummy lunch that day - fresh spring rolls and a thai salad, before heading back to the hostel. I think there's a food theme starting here! As the hostel was pretty rank we took ourselves ...
... t-shirt. Having had a chilled-out day, I decided to treat myself even more and ran myself a bath - yes I know a bath - in Thailand!! I never have baths so this felt like a luxury. (Not that I'm a dirty person, I shower everyday, I just don't have baths. Not even in the coldest winters in England.) Now off to a nice comfy, 2-pillowed bed it is for me to get a fresh sleep ahead of my day tomorrow where I will be trekking with elephants ...
... the tuk tuk's in Bangkok. They try and scam you by taking you to shops you don't want to go to because they receive kickbacks.
- Take a boat tour. It's a great way to see the city.
- The Grand Palace is a bit crowded but the ornate details of the buildings are quite impressive.
- At the Grand Palace, avoid ANYONE who approaches you outside the palace (even if they show you a badge, it's fake). They might try to tell ...
... I responded by coughing, rubbing my eyes, and shaking my head "no." The meter flagfall is 14.40 yuan ($2.31). There must be an early-morning surcharge because when I took taxis yesterday, the meter started at 13 yuan ($2.08).
It didn’t take long for us to get on the eastbound Jingtong Expressway, which has three lanes in each direction. We turned north on the Fifth Ring Road, then ran into a traffic jam at 5:10 approaching the off-ramp ...
... Bangkok on foot is rather exhausting. I needed a break, and it was a lovely peaceful day and I wasn't the only person taking a break in the park today. Some Thais were clearly on the same page. So I might leave Bangkok tomorrow morning without having seen all its sights, but I do feel like I've seen what life in this city is really like, and somehow, that feels more satisfying than crossing various tourist attractions off a list. There might be a real traveller in me ...