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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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W Bangkok Hotel – Wow! Not what I expected. First of all, it is much more 5 Star than I had sensed from my Expedia search. When we pulled into hotel, in our AOT Limousine with three large suitcases, two carry on bags on wheels, a kennel, and a small shih tzu poodle, I was impressed with the grandiose exterior.
When I got inside the reception area, I thought I was in yuppie nightclub. The techno music shook the walls and the hotel reception guy had ...
... ngte ich während des Gesprächs frustriert auf. Die nächste Station war Thailandpost, diese halfen mir weiter und ich bin ins Verteilzentrum verwiesen worden. Dazu musste ich 25 Kilometer in der Stadt fahren (Bangkok ist eine grosse Stadt!). Unterwegs hat der Töff abgestellt und ich konnte nicht mehr starten. Die Batterie war leer! Ok. Nun weiss ich für was das Kabel war, dass ich nicht mehr anschliessen konnte, weil der Kontaktstift am Anlasser Relais abgebrochen ist (neues ...
... The taxi then took us to Siem Reap but dropped us in the middle of Siem Reap, not at our guesthouse, which meant we had to get a tuk tuk there! After a long journey and a lot of messing about, we arrived at the guesthouse. Lucky, the staff were extremely friendly and helping. The guesthouse was owned by an English family, so help us settle in and relax. The guesthouse was called Rosy Guesthouse and ...
... alone in a bear outfit...and he really stuck out now, and you could tell he was uneasy.
After the meal Katie and i headed out for our own adventure. We returned very late and sat outside a little reggae bar and watched the early morning entertainment which included spats, street dancing and other silly things you would expect this early in the morning. It was around 4am when i finally slept, what a great way to start the Bangkok ...
... to have been made in the 13th-14th century and moved to Ayutthaya, the ancient capital city of Siam (now Thailand). At some point in time, the gold statue was completely plastered over with a thick layer of stucco and painted to prevent it from being stolen.
Later during the invasion and destruction of the Ayutthaya kingdom by ...