ibis Bangkok Sathorn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Great hotel! very modern beds & toilets everything is good! & not to mention is very near to the shopping area.
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I woke up this morning thinking "I need to go find a senior's discount!" LOL Sadly, there don't seem to be any here. The sky train price is based on the distance you're travelling and we haven't had to pay any admission fees yet (except for a public washroom, which is also a flat fee of 2 baht - 7 cents for old and young alike. Lol) We have decided that, to deal with the heat here, we need to get out early in the morning to see things - and then make it back to the pool before ...
... I really don't know the right word to describe it..maybe an experience but we can safely say we will NEVER see one again!!!!!!!
We then all decided to get a piercing, we checked out the tattoo parlour and made sure it was very clean and hygienic I watched him peirce someone else and it was fine he wore the gloves, brand new equipment everytime in plastic and he used the correct solutions. Our friend Jade got her nose done, her boyfriend got his ear lobe done and Jack and me ...
... ago. Now, where to start looking for him? I made my way towards International Arrivals, pushing through the crowds of travellers and and placard waving greeters. I scanned the faces at somewhere calling itself “Meeting Place 1”. There was no sign of him there but just a few minutes later I spotted him heading in my direction. We had both arrived there at almost exactly the same time!
We found our way to the taxi dispatch area and were allocated ...
... t going to go that just wasn't an option, there was literally nothing for me at home. None of my friends were really interested in joining me or simply couldn't afford to. I could have chosen to find myself a good job and work towards kick starting my career straight away like a lot of my friends from university were starting to do. But I didn't want to be living just to work whilst I'm still young. I didn't want to get trapped in an endless cycle of expenses needed ...