City Centre Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Centre Hotel Phnom Penh
Not a bad hotel. Fairly cheap. Room didn't have a window but location pretty good.
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
I woke up without a hangover. Thank god as we had agreed to go and see the Killing fields. I agreed a price of $3 each for a return tuk tuk which took about an hour each way. I felt a bit bad as it was a long way for him and our combined weight meant he struggled a fair bit! Never mind, I love a barter! The killing fields cost $6 but there was a top of the range audio tour with it. I went ahead on my own and really learned ...
I woke up feeling pretty
utterly terrible. The province hygiene had bitten me and bitten me
hard. My muscles were weak, I felt cold and my stomach felt bloated
and sore. A visit to the toilet confirmed my worst suspicion, I had
food poisoning and lots of it.
Another 10 trips to the
toilet later the explosive bouts of diarrhoea had dulled down
somewhat and I felt that I was stable enough to risk heading to work.
I choked down bottles of water in ...
... despite not seeing
a single bar, restaurant or coffee shop. I asked what he did and he
told me he was an NGO, backed by a christian business back in the US.
We loaded the bike onto
the trailer awkwardly, he stood and watched and didn't get involved
with the heavy lifting.
On the way out I had a
phone call from a customer. We had recently dropped a repaired
scooter to him and it had once again failed, now refusing to start.
We headed along ...
... in one place! Several hours later and having walked miles we tucked into a dinner of barbecued kebab sandwiches (delicious!) and had a few nightcaps in a rooftop bar overlooking the city. On the second day, we walked into the centre of town to see the former Royal Palace, despite the best efforts of a Tuk Tuk driver who told us it was closed and that we should go on a tour with him (amazingly the only time this happened to us all trip). We then went to the ...