Grace Hotel

Soi Nana Nua, Sukhumwit 3 Rd., Bangkok 12, 10110, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel blog. Entry 8. Bangkok

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend


... the best way to spend my birthday but I did have cards and presents on the plane! Our first full day in Bangkok was a learning curve, mainly of how much a person can actually sweat in one day, until experiencing Thailand in June we had no idea how humid it could be and were treated to one hell of a lightning storm on our third night. We quickly had to rethink the clothes we had brought and even some of our most summery clothes were going to be too clingy and no longer an option. To ...

A Little Piece of Home

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky


... and take a shower and a nap. I wish that was the case. The Siem Reap airport is incredibly small before checking in. The counters are only opened for a couple of hours before each flight, which meant there were lots of people milling around waiting for someone to open a till. Eventually the airline I was taking opened up for an early checkin and I asked if there was a restaurant at least on the other side of security. They said there was. I still had about 3.5 hours to waste. So ...

Bangkok dangerous?

A travel blog entry by martycindy


... holiday, but with a wink and a smile, he also says “but I can get you tea..cooold tea”. “Here you are” he says, as he brought out a couple coffee mugs and set them on our table. Ice cold, carbonated, and with a hint of hops, we “sipped” some mighty fine tea ;) Also, there were a couple guys sitting at the table next to us who bought a fried scorpion to eat. Cindy takes a picture of him taking a bite, while I reminisced about my own ...

Back to the bus station

A travel blog entry by jennyreynolds


... skeletons. A bit gruesome I suppose but different. A picture of the department of gastroenterology for Alan. Then onto a street market area. The water melon drink was much needed but I hope I get no side effects. Perhaps I should have chilli tonight to blitz any potential bugs. Dinner at a posh Thai restaurant with orange and prawns and sticky rice. Another water melon drink. Built up for a dessert but the waiter thought we wanted the bill. Never mind I'll get my fruit rations for ...

Hotel Paradiso and a trip around town

A travel blog entry by peacocks2014


... intimidating and whilst we sat
and had a welcome drink from a roadside stand we were treated to our first scam
of the trip.

An older looking chap (but not as old as me) who was
lounging in a deck chair struck up a conversation about the city and the
tourists and the heat etc. In no time at all he had persuaded us to take a tuk
tuk to a few temples that were “must see” and off the normal tourist route. The
trip would take in these sights ...

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This hotel, located in the ป้อมปราบศัตรูพ่าย area of Bangkok, is near Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo), Silom Thai Cooking School, Sukhumvit, and Chatuchak Park.
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