The Monmanee Travel & Lifestyle Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... the cake in one hand and the door in the other, and before I knew it, my foot took over the door hold widening the dignified space allowing me to grab the cake and the plates that were both coming towards me at speed. In slow motion my foot slid the door wide open eliminating any sort of decency. After the trauma, I arrived back with the goods, Chlöe woke immediately with the sniff of a basket hound, I turned on the lights and the three of us had a midnight feast! Day 2 - complete ...
... midday, we were in a semi open construction and despite some whirring fans it was hot, hot, hot. But despite some people jumping the queue, I really can't complain about the wait. As I was one of the first off the bus, I was in front of the crowd and the whole process only took me half an hour in total. The people behind me were a lot less lucky. Since we had to wait for our entire group to come through on the other side before setting off again, I took the time ...
I don't like Thailand. I love it. I'm currently at the airport... My flight that was scheduled for 1am, and has just been delayed until 5... So I'll keep you posted instead. Why don't I like Thailand? Because it makes me poor... Yes, everything is sooooo cheap, so I can't say no. I started off my day, by going to Wat Phra... Sooooo many people, and such a diversity. I went on a free English tour. It was good. I took a water taxi for less than ...
... the locals and became quite adapt in jaywalking.
Today we will visit the floating market and in the afternoon we'll try out one of those heavenly spa treatments here in the hotel. As for tomorrow, hopefully our personal driver Mr. Supoj, will pick us up and at 0630 take us to the domestic flights airport for our 1 1/2 hrs trip to Chiang Mai, in Northern Thailand. We'll let you know how that ...
... Temples, and therefore one of Thailand's most revered temples.
Afterwards we returned to the hotel by boat. David and I then went to a shop well known by our Tauck leader, Les Martin, for designer purses. We shopped there for a bit and then returned to the hotel. David then met Phil Harris in the lobby. They headed to The Sports Corner. They took the Skytrain and a subway to get there to watch the Conference Football ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet