City Lodge Soi 19
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... done it will know. I was reading an article about travelling and it was describing how nice it is being able to sit at a table and just start chatting to whoever is around you, without people wondering why you're chatting to them or getting a bizarre look when you introduce yourself. When can you ever do that in life? You form friendships in the most unusual places, but all with the common interest of travel. Some of my most memorable destinations are thanks to the people I've ...
... was a great way to pass some of the time since the mall was designed like an airport with every floor of the mall decorated in the theme of a well known city like Paris, London, Istanbul and San Francisco (woo!) We were able to eat like queens for slightly over $1 in their food court and had ourselves a great laugh in the fancy Japanese futuristic style toilets in the bathrooms.
We were set to take another train ride to get down to the Islands and being that my first ...
... and I'm sure the locals know all the best spots and what to order. At 20-40 baht ($0.75-1.50) you could afford to sample a bit of everything. It is worth mentioning that it helps if you are an adventurous eater and if you like seafood. Almost all the dishes included some type of fish or creature from the sea and I will admit we ended up playing it pretty conservative in Bangkok. However, we were easily swayed into trying Tom Yung Kung which is a Thai specialty consisting ...
... while I was there. The next day I missed breakfast again, and walked down to the Marriott to meet Art,also an ex-student ,who is now a musician and has a recording studio.He took me to a restaurant called The Greyhound in Soi 55 to meet up with his sister Air who was also one of our students when she was only 12 years old.I met them on my visit last year too, so it was easy to get up to date with everybody's news. I chose something from the menu because of ...
... of debris and rubbish. We got off the boat at Wat Arun. We got off at the wrong side of the river so had to take another ferry across which cost another 3bart. We walked up Wat Arun. The view was really cool. The wat itself is made of pieces of porcelain. The steps going up are not for the faint hearted! Really really steep. I had to cover up (Noel didn't :-(). So I had two layers of clothes on walking up this Wat. I was rather sweaty. ...