Novotel Bangkok Bangna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... well worth the outcome and the price at £3 each! We've also seen our fair share of Thai history whilst staying here, with visits to the beautiful Grand Palace and Wat Pho; the excellence and photos of which could never do it true justice. Luckily or not depending on which viewpoint you take, we even managed to make time for the latest Moto GP race- like I had a choice! We finished off our final night (for now) in Bangkok by attending the famous ...
This was Ray's official first day at work so he headed off at a bright and early 6:00. The kids and I did not get up at 6:00 but weren't far behind.....7:00. It was a big day as the internet people came to get us connected......hence the start of the blog! The boys have been anxiously awaiting this day so they can finally connect up with their friends back home.
Tomorrow Luke and Jake will be taking their "placement" test ...
... less nine hours after we left, we went to ask about our Visas because they are soon coming up for expiry. Turns out that no one had really given it much thought. Scott didn't seem too happy with us, but we were told that they were going to deal with it, so I'm guessing it was just an extra stress on his plate. He told us he would figure something out and get back to us soon. It was less than ten minutes before he had hunted ...
... stacked with what looked like everyone's bags. Considering the London underground, the fact that we were talking to people was quite refreshing.
Getting off the train we were slapped in the face by the humid air. My face said what my mouth was failing to express – oh my sainted aunt it's hot! We asked for directions at the tourist information desk and were advised to take a bus to Democracy Monument and then walk to Khoasan Road; she continued to ask us ...
... market stalls. Central World Plaza was like a different world. An enormous shopping mall spread over seven floors. We wandered around and purchased a spare battery for the camera. We had an iced coffee but were too full from lunch to eat. We wandered back to the hotel on the opposite side of the road. The traffic was still bad and we had to take a lot of care crossing. All in all a whirlwind of a day but very exciting and a great introduction to ...