King Park Avenue Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
Our 16 days in Thailand just went by a little too fast for my liking. We were down to just one more day of shopping in Bangkok! We decided to pamper ourselves one last time and booked ourselves a room at the Park Avenue hotel. We started our last day by going to try on our tailor made suits one last time before they got dropped off at our hotel. …
... our special friends! We fly out at 8 tomorrow night , have a dreadful 7 hour layover at Doha and eventually touch down in PE at 6.20 pm on Monday evening!! Ryan has already got the fillet steak in the fridge. I will be quite happy with a good old Spur burger!!
So guys this is it from SE Asia. Wonder where the next blog will be from ????????? Turkey ....... Can't wait to see you all. Lots of big loves and hugs from the intrepid travellers xxx
... here). On my flight to Denver and during my flight from Tokyo to Bangkok, the pressure from the change in altitude was so awful and I had serious doubts whether I would be able to survive the entire 27 hour journey to Thailand. Apart from feeling awful, the plane I took from Denver to Tokyo was brand new and was really nice, and on my flight from Tokyo to Bangkok, I got upgraded to a seat with more leg room and space so that a family could sit together. I normally ...
... I was able to see the outfits in one of the museums that was included. In another museum included, the textile museum got to see how they made silk which was interesting and I was surprised at how not-soft pure silk is until it is bleached then it becomes very soft. After that I walked over to a temple nearby and saw the reclining buddha which was gigantic, and quite impressive. After walking around there for a bit, I went to the pier and took the boat back to central pier. It ...
... going out to meet Karim. We sat chatting in a bar for hours watching all the prostitutes and lady boys roaming the streets...once we were suitably tipsy we decided to check out a ping pong show. I won't give too many details but it involved bananas, bottles, cigarettes, balloons and ping pongs! Karim and I giggled the whole way through :p next up was an awesome club with only Thai people and hippies who thought they were Thai. We spent ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking