Juliana Hotel Phnom Penh
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... awakened at 2:00 and couldn't return to sleep. Not much ****** me off more than not being able to go back to sleep. Finally at 3:30 I just got up and began doing things to get ready to leave. All of my laundry is finished and hanging so I won't have to do that when I get back. I even washed the comforter. On the bus I am seated next to a man from the Loire valley in France. He works for a winery - Cave Beclair. His English is somewhat limited but certainly much ...
... I blearily cursed my luck
at having to function before 8am while Saiem slept on, pumping out
noises like a burly gentleman sawing down trees with his bare hands.
My **** was a dark brown colour which would have been ideal for
brandy but for ****, not so much. My pillow and bedding was soaked in
sweat, the heat this year was getting insane, even the locals were
moaning about it. I filled up on water and checked my emails.
I had been going back and
the three of us went inside for some food. Saiem ordered a cherry
margarita and I joined her while Steve had a beer.
He had a grimness about
him which meant things had gone right or wrong, I didn't know which
but something was bothering him.
No matter, Mexican food
with extra cheese helps to ease the pain! What helped to ease the
pain even more was a half bottle of whiskey to chase the flu out of
Spoiler alert – It
... than a few. I asked about what time our customer was
coming and he pulled up just as I asked. Him and his girlfriend
joined us and we had a few drinks and a chat. They were an American
couple, well travelled and working as teachers so we had plenty in
common to talk about. He was interested in cheese and motorbikes so
we all got along very well and made a plan to meet on Sunday for
Indian food although not anywhere that Steve had caused a fight. This
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services