Eastin Easy Siam Piman
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... 2008 and saw most of the tourist sites - but didn't do these two- will fill in a few hours.
Back from the massage - just wonderful - an hour of deep tissue massage on my feet and legs- they did complain a little as muscles obviously very tight. They gave me a bonus shoulder/neck massage - very tight. May have to go back for another session.
Lets hope to mow we have a better idea of when we head home.
... timed and choreographed groups. There's also a lovely restaurant and of course retail therapy opportunities in the shop. We decided to go and find the train station and organise tickets for the journey to Hua Hin tomorrow. We'd been given so many contradictory snippets of information and even as we approached the station with the help of Bob and Google maps we were beset with helpful, officially badged tourist guides giving us muddled information. So it was a relief to get to the ...
... club sandwich (initially thought she said crab!-menu only in Thai),tasty dim sum that looked a little like ravioli without the tomato sauce then chocolate cake and coconut cake. An early dinner. Nice spot on the river with nuisance bugs ( nice lady brought me mosquito repellent ). Stroll home stopping to get Changs (B55 each). Young family out -lady eating,man operating remotely operated car with little boy inside-complete with sound effects-quite fun. Booked cooking class for ...
We went to information to seek a taxi to our hotel. Immediately a man propositioned us offering to take us there for 150 Bhat which I accepted.
A journey I would recommend for a different journey experience. Avoiding the airport hassle and confines of a airplane cabin for me was worth the extra time. The added bonus is you are not paying for a nights accommodation.
... so he suggests we go to see the lucky Buddha first, then go to some shop that is having a sale that only happens this week, and then go see the reclining Buddha. One last piece of advice he gives us is that we need to get a government taxi and says something about checking for a stamp. I'm not sure if we looked confused or what, but he flagged over a taxi and made the taxi driver show us his drivers license so we could see what they're suppose to look ...