Premier Signature Pattaya
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... over £1000. Phew!
We were back on the ship by 1320 just in time for lunch and then a rest in the stateroom as by then we were strangely exhausted. In spite of this Jo managed a trip to the gym to address another 100 calories by means of the cross trainer.
After dinner we visited the Queen’s room to dance to the pre recorded strict tempo music (which really is dreary! – Bruce’s CD from Strictly is infinitely better). At ...
I had a "FaceTime " call from Richie last night as I was about to head down town for eats. This technology is amazing ,being able to see and chat in real time. I can only do it at hotel as you need WFi or it burns loads of data . After chatting for awhile I headed in to town via Walking St, I was about half way along when my phone went off and I saw Adam was trying to FaceTime me. I txt back I would try and find a bar with WFi . As I approached The first ...
Notes on Pattaya: The beach in Pattaya is ok, but not nearly as beautiful as Phuket. The sand and surf there is pristine. Here the beach is a little hazier, just like the whole city's shadier. For some reason, Swensen's ice cream is really big here now, whereas it totally disappeared from Washington over a decade ago. I went into one shortly after arriving and ordered a scoop to go, ...
... be initially greeted with communication issues, even when we all performed passable monkey impressions. We even saw a monkey scrambling over the rooftops and pointed to him, but still were faced with black expressions. Finally we tried our luck at a small shop and finally struck lucky as the large lady whipped on her bike helmet as her daughter, with baby in arms, jumped onto the back of her bike and indicated that we should follow her. Within a few hundred metres ...
... we left for our travels but held out hope that he would win his fight and be there when we arrived home. Unfortunately this wasn't to be. We were shell shocked at the news and very upset. It felt very strange being away traveling at this particular moment and made us feel almost alienated from it all. We shared some tears for him and his family and tried our best to make the most of Pattaya.
On our last evening Lucy really wanted to go to boys town, as ...