Miracle Grand Convention Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Heute "verschieben" wir uns vom Zentrum Bangkok etwas Richtung Norden in die Nähe des zweiten, low cost Carrier, Flughafen im Norden von Bangkok Don Mueang. Gar nicht so einfach in einer Stadt wiee Bangkok, sofern die öffentlichen Verkehrsmittel benützt werden sollen.
Es ist drückend heiss und bereits nach wenigen Metern sind wir bachnass …
We had an awesome day today starting fresh after 7 hours of uninterupted deep sleep! We made our way downstairs for breakfast and what an improvement from breakfast the morning before. We were greeted by a full buffet of thai cuisine, rice, chicken, pork etc. Not exactly what we had in mind for the first meal of the day however they did have …
We started the morning off well in Denpasar, went down to the cafe for breakfast and told we were allowed one cup of coffee and one croissant only.lol ok then.
Our taxi driver from the night before picked us up and drove us to the airport. We got in line to check in our luggage, pay our departure tax and go through security and settled in …
... feet towards the Buddha if you are seated though. Also, you are required to declare any article depicting Buddha in customs. In the compound there are around another ten temples and the grand palace. Each building is more decorative and intense than the last. Leaving the compound, we decided on a tuk tuk tour of several monuments that was only 60 baht (2AU). A deal that proved to good to be true. After taking us to a colossal 35m high Buddha he then informed us ...
... they had the resting Buddha. Holy guacamole, he was massive! I tried to do a Buddha selfie...it did not work out. I guess today is some kind holiday so a lot of people came to pray to Buddha. They leave offerings of flowers, food or drinks. One person brought an entire cooked pigs head! I wanted a picture but I didn't think the worshippers would appreciate me strolling through the middle of their circle so I could take pictures. Easily the coolest thing we saw here was the monks ...