ibis Bangkok Nana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Does the job, but beware its in a crowded seedy area
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... and that cannot be unseen!
I visited the Grand Palace - it was amazing to see! Built in 1782 for the king, it covers 218,000 square meters! The introcuit detail that went into the building of these temples are incredible! I was truly at a loss as I stood in the middle of it all.. One of the most beautiful infrastructures I've seen in my life!
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... s lovely photographs. We made it into the entrance halls of several of the 'Heritage' buildings but the Fairmont Peace Hotel ( formerly Cathay / Sassoon House) was the only one that let us take photographs. The Bund museum was free and quite interesting, showing the place in its colonial heyday, though somewhat hidden and literally underneath a vast People's monument erected in the 1980s to celebrate the anniversary of the liberation of Shanghai in 1951. I feel there is a message ...
... The guide was always on the phone with the driver who would provide an update on the other people. At nearly 11am, 2 hours late the bus finally pulled up - we had waited for so long I expressed my concern about missing one of the trains at the Markets but the guide said it wouldn't be a problem. Whilst there was nothing that could be done about the lateness of the people in the bus I definately gave them a look which would have expressed my annoyance at the ...
... yet it was nice to see that at least someone is doing something to mend the misery that exists in many part of the world and how much it’s helping these women and children. Before we went for dinner, Maytenne took us to her home to show us something absolutely spectacular… Her and her husband’s collection of: Toys, Tin cans, Stamps, seashells and cigarette cards. Now 5 collections of different things is impressive in itself but the size of these collections ...
... word before, but it is a word used in Thailand to describe females who dress in male clothing. Dees are almost as common as ladyboys very often wearing suits and men's shoes. Interesting that the Thais have a name for this preference chosen by many women. 8. Baby bottles: Not just all the babies I saw were being fed by bottles, but also goats and fish, yes fish. Pens were set up at markets where you pay to feed kid goats and at ...