Passaggio Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... begins. We sat next to a family that was originally from Mumbai, India. They live in Boston area now. The son lived in Colorado and is a doctor. Nice conversation.
Went to the Italian restaurant and bar at 5:45 this morning and it was already packed with super bowl fans. The owner, Tyler, is from Boston and is a major Pat's fan. We were lucky to find seats as it was full and people were on the ...
... see later in the evening).
I had a swim in the afternoon before Sukon picked us up at 5:30 to take us to Angkor Wat. The crowds were less than the morning however it was still very busy. You enter the temple via a bridge over the moat. On either side there are statues holding a snake called a naga with a head like a cobra. Angkor Watt is amazing. You cannot enter via the main door as it is being restored. The main door is full of bullet holes from the ...
... out. They have been donated by The Victoria Hotel from a collection box they have in the lobby. It's like Christmas and the kids are so excited - even if the can't quite reach the handlebars! Oh well, they'll grown into them...
The days are funny. Mostly I feel as if I've done nothing (yes, Alan, I can hear you say "thats' because you haven''"!) but then there are all sorts of things going on to break up the day. I need Dani's time but if she is busy I might help ...
... around Christmas time. Exploring the night life here we found ourselves in a roof top bar (only two floors up) listening to live music. This city seems to be a very cool little spot that is a great place to venture off to Angkor to see the wats during the day then come back and socialize at night. Honestly, from the looks of it, might be my favorite city we have visited so far. Excited to see the ancient historic temples in the coming days. And the journey ...
... around 7:15 and knew we were in Bangkok because of the skytrain. It's fairly distinctive the way the concrete goes up probably three stories in the middle of the road. We came to a bus station that on my map looked like it was the right one so I got off. But it actually wasn't the right bus station and I should have stayed on the bus. I ended up walking a little ways and getting a taxi to the actual bus station (Mo Chit). Oh well - it ...