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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... told to come down to have a drink in the bar next door, it didn't take much coaxing. We spent a couple of hours socialising with people and getting to know a few of the people we hadn't had a chance to talk to until now. Then most people left, deciding to go out on the town, suggesting we go out somewhere. We said we'd go, but once we got back home to get ready we found we were both pretty tired and Becky fell asleep shortly ...
Our flight to Bangkok was about an hour. We grabbed a cab back to the city, and couldn’t believe how much traffic there was on that Friday afternoon. Finally, we got to our hotel at the Oriental Residence around 1PM. We took our bags up to our suite, and asked the concierge for a few recommendations. We then walked to a local lunch place and got some fried rice. We took a cab to the tailors to pick up Scott’s suits. Again, the streets were inundated ...
... was delayed by a series of mishaps, including cost overruns, injuries to laborers, and the loss of a shipload of Italian marble intended for the building. An astrologer advised building the shrine to counter the negative influences. The Brahma statue was designed and built by the Department of Fine Arts and enshrined on 9 November 1956. The hotel's construction thereafter proceeded without ...
Sawadee ka! (Hello in Thai) I have finally made it and settled into my accommodation in Thailand! So far I am absolutely loving it. The Thai lifestyle and culture is very different but I don't feel uncomfortable or unsafe. My TESOL group is made up of people from the States, Canada, England, Australia, South Africa, and Ireland. We have already become a tight nit group! I landed in Bangkok early Saturday morning (31st January) after a 12 hour flight from London. As far as ...
... she said go around the corner and across the street and there was an older lady with a what looked like a 100 year old sewing machine doing her work right on the sidewalk. A couple bucks later and my shorts were fixed, these are the types of conveniences that make Bangkok awesome. After the 4th night in Bangkok I was definitely ready to get out of there and made my way via shuttle bus $4 to the airport to catch my flight to Hanoi and experience my first tastes of Vietnam. Bring on the ...