Fraser Suites Sukhumvit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I need to see a road sign in English, a shop assistant that doesn't pounce and the ability to order jam that doesn't turn out tasting like marmalade. Other Mentions: - Vans drive around Thailand playing loud music advertising who knows what - If you are a couple, you are officially married in Asia - ironic really seen as hostels still keep housing us in twin beds - Massage quality really vary, yes, you do get massages for around £5-£6 but if you ...
... hub' of Thailand. I'm not sure if I feel more like a backpacker or a vacationer on this street ( and yes, there is a huge difference! ).
You have a mile long street oh hotels/hostels, dive bars/restaurants, massage parlours, tattoo parlours; with clothing, souvenir, food cart vendors by the dozens. The street booming with taxi's, motorbikes, and tuktuk's begging for your need to see the near by attractions!
During the day, it's rather relaxed.. Still ...
... state, I went down to speak to the manager, she was so rude and unhelpful! Laughing in my face and replying "this isn't your house" and I thought well maybe if you had more than one plug socket in the room I'd be able to charge my stuff in the room!! I asked if she could look on CCTV as it was between 12am and 7am, I mean, how many people would go to the bathroom in that time! Again she laughed coming across so ignorant and rude. In my state I decided ...
... of the city from your room.
i will be staying there for 6 nights and 7 days i am arriving on September the 1st and i will be leaving back to Australia on the 7th of September.
i chose to stay at the roseate chiang mai as its prices are fairly good at $550 for 6 nights and ...
Last night I hit the sheets early. I needed to get my beauty rest in order to be ready for the markets today. I would be meeting Lou Lou, my tour guide, in the hotel lobby at 7 am.
So I picked out my Sunday's best and headed downstairs for an omelette alongside a cappuccino. I was nervous she would arrive earlier than planned so I inhaled my food within minutes.
All was kosher and in walked Lou Lou just as I was finishing up. I walked over to introduce myself and ...