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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... you could ever wish to meet. Amazing temples and pagodas covered in gold leaf and many many holy places with hundreds of Buddahs everywhere. However and , there is a big BUT coming, we travelled most days for long long hours and our rest days, 3 of them were filled from early morning until evening with sightseeing. Some of the roads were horrendous, in fact they were not roads, just deep mud and rivers to go through, very ...
... around there and then down by the Grand Palace and Wat Pho, ended up getting lost, but ultimately made it back by my 2:00 check-in!
This hotel is soooooo much nicer than the one I stayed in last night, and far nicer in general than the other hotels around Khao San Road. (This area is extremely dense and a little "grosser" than Silom, where I stayed two years ago, but again, that's what I like about it.) My room is small, but very posh and all ...
... that easily matched the biggest cities in the United States. The billboards dotting the road were the biggest I have ever seen. And yet, in between all these huge things are little dilapidated houses and buildings- wealth and poverty side by side. After settling in, we eagerly went to bed.
Later that morning, we enjoyed a breakfast catered by the guest house. The meal had two general options: Thai: rice, chicken, veggies, and egg ...
... at a number of hotels, it was 2 1/2 hours before we left the city of Bangkok. Several tour vans converged at one location and we all merged into one large motor coach.
On a side note, before continuing with the activities of the day, I just want to highlight some of the lessons we are learning about travel. We make plans for our days with only hints of imagination of what might be in store for us. And if we have had certain expectations, ...