City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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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
... me like I am a goddess. I have been teaching Tep, one of the new residents a few chords. He has only been at one2one for a week and hasn't started training of any sort yet so it will give him something to do and he has picked it up really fast. After dinner, Channat takes me on his motorbike to night market. I have discovered that cotton scarves in this heat is just the ticket so we are off to buy some more. We are riding along and next thing we have ...
... on arrival. Luckily, a fellow Cambodian man came overheard of my situation and went completely out of his way to help me out. His name (ironically) was Tony and he was probably one of the nicest strangers I've ever met. He paid for both my bus ticket and visa until we would reach Phnom Penh, where I would get him back. Tony was a tour guide, frequently doing work in Vietnam, so he knew Vietnamese, Khmer, and English. It was a long 6-hr bus ride and I was fortunate to get ...
We arrived at this back street bus station(Cafe) to see a bus out of the 50's on axle stands getting repaired to our amazement.
I was in a panic now and thinking, feck, no way I am getting on that.
I then proceeded to the bus to see what was going on. New springs were getting fitted and then new wheels.
Well this was the start of our nightmare to Kampot.
More about the journey in next blog
... themselves in basins along the road! Roads full of potholes and uneven surfaces which left trails of dust behind and inches of dirt on homes and trees.
On a stretch of road while being startled with what I saw, people rake grains of rice all laid out on the ground on large nets. They worked along the dirt road where fumes ...