The Park 9, A Living Serviced Residence
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... in the general direction of the hotel and flagged down a taxi- turns out I was walking the wrong way, so we had to take a u-turn, right into a massive traffic jam. After an hour sat in traffic, I thought it best to try walking again, at which point I realised that I was still only as far as the metro station! After a wander I found a motorbike taxi who of course charged me double what the cab had charged, but it was so worth it, dodging around cars and ...
... get it! Lol. W escaped Starwood tips...like the Platinum hour! And then I went shopping......H and M just great.....plus Zara....new clothes! Back to check out and up to pool, where we met again. They recommended Lux collection Greece.....must look. Then went to Platinum lounge where I was picked up by Jim Owens ...
... had to get my face schmeared with several more creams for the facial. Of course it was very pleasant, but I know next time that I can only handle 2 hours of pampering at a time.
I made my way back, and I braved some street food, which was a noodle soup. It was disappointingly unspicy. I assumed all food I was going to eat in Thailand would be flaming spicy. I do like spicy food, so I was worried that everything would be too much ...
... near my hotel. I went to the information desk where the lady wasn't very helpful not giving me any ideas on how to get to the city. Last thing I wanted was to pay for a taxi the whole way into the city. Luckily for me there were a few other tourists around the information desk and one of them ended up sharing the taxi with me into Bangkok as she was on the way to my hotel so the cost was halved which was much better in the long run. When I arrived at my hotel I checked in and settled ...
... fun, even if it was choppy and we got a bit wet!
After this we made our way to the royal palace, this place is huge and has lots of shiny gold buildings, it’s also home to the emerald Buddha, smaller then you expect and also made out of
jade! It is a spectacular palace with lots to see including the Thai Queen’s dresses and lots of jewellery, interesting for Carrie and I and made a change from visiting war sights!
That evening ...