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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... own row but it was only an hour long flight so did not matter much. As always on Asian flights a small meal was served. After landing I took the train and metro to the central railroad station just like I did last time I was in Bangkok but that's where it got complicated. I got a little turned around so it took me around an hour to walk to the hotel instead of the 10 minutes they estimate. I ...
... baladas a entrada é free (para mulheres, claro). Eu e a Ba, curiosas, fomos visitando uma a uma enquando a Flavia e a Cassia faziam compras, desciam todas as prateleiras da lojas e barganhavam cada centavo. No final da noite curtimos uma balada como eu não curtia há muito tempo. Muito divertido!!! O publico é o mais diverso do mundo, gente de todo canto e todas as idades, mas sem duvida muita molecada tomando todas. É, Bangkok é assim, a cidade que não pára. Adorei!!!
... affair but patience was well rewarded and once on board we didn't want to get off! When we did and we arrived at Siam Siam it was a real treat - as EO mentioned it's a great hotel. Our first Thai meal was had on the roof top of this fab hotel and I took rather too many photos of Bangkok city from on high. Stunning cocktails and the most amazing fish served on a hot stone ready for us to cook for our delectation. Worth every penny and ...
... on its feet. It was amazing, huge but amazing. We left that temple and walked through some of the smaller surrounding buildings, in these we saw different statues of Buddhas learning that no two are alike, each one is different in some way. Usually the nose or the mouth has a very small change, it's amazing to think that each one is different. We also learnt how to pray as the Thai people do in the temples. I learnt so much today, if nothing else my RE teaching ...
... bar' outside the Rambuttri Plaza Hotel for a bucket of frozen daiquiri! We realised just how common this routine was when we were again recognised by the woman who runs the bar there. It had been about 18 months since our last trip to Bangkok and we were greeted like old friends, we even managed to get a photo with her this time!! The next day (after the worst of the Changover had passed) we did a ...