Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit
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Best service ever, very comfortable, no A/C blowing directly on the bed. I expect comfort and good service from any good hotel chain, but this Radisson went above and beyond when we arrived home from sightseeing all day on Ed's birthday to find a beautiful birthday cake on our desk. I think they asked for your birthday on the registration form, but I didn't clue them in. What a nice capper to a fantastic day!
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3/22/2015 Best of Bangkok
A thunder and lightning storm woke us up last night but by morning the rain was gone,
only leaving a few puddles.
Today we meet Rat at 8AM for a Sunday visit to Wat Phra Keow, a temple that is part of
the Grand Palace and used only by royalty and their guests. I guess not used anymore
except as a …
... the hotel the entire day, this means another lazy day! And as if Murphy is on retirement here... this afternoon the wind came up and a kitesurfer tested a few times if the wind was good... Grrr... Eens op de luchthaven merken we dat onze vlucht niet op de schermpjes staat. Een beetje eigenaardig maar goed we zitten nog steeds in Thailand dus niks om ons druk in te maken. Eens ingecheckt wordt duidelijk dat zowat alle vluchten vertraging hebben. Gaande van een uur tot vier ...
... and made some last minute purchases: a pair of shorts for Lucy and a bikini for me. At 4.30 we got a taxi to the station, quite happy to be leaving the heat and high pressured atmosphere of Bangkok as every time we stepped outside our hostel we were bombarded with taxi and tuk tuk drivers demanding us to use them for a day tour of the city. At the train station, sitting waiting for our train, the guy behind me ...
14.4.2014 Bangkok, Thailand Km: 57557 Emergency / Notfall
Unfortunately, the Rega has lost a lot of time with administrative stuff and all where stressed about this. Thereafter, the Hospital organized a ambulance plane, because it was by the delay of the Rega too late for a scheduled flight and so we arrived at night in Bangkok. After ...
... exhibits were actually very good). The art gallery on the top floor was interesting; Burma's one great artist was (of course) trained in London at the Royal Academy. There were a number of paintings of familiar places in town, one amusingly mislabelled as "Wismenser Church" (in fact of the main doors of Westminster Abbey). We visited the main market, once known in the city's colonial past as the Scott Market, now named after Aung San Suu Kyi's late father, a national hero ...