S.D. Avenue Hotel

Address: 94 Borommarat Chachonnani Road, Bangkok, 10700, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 94 Borommarat Chachonnani Road, Bangkok, is near The National Museum Bangkok, Phra Athit Road, National Gallery, and Dusit Park.
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      Bangkok, Thailand.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Mar 30, 2015

      7 photos

      ... into the bar, as you get further into the night they get closer together because the bars start being ing out more tables and chairs making the pathway narrower between the both bars. We didn't really speak much through the first tiger tower we had because we were enjoying the people watching far to much, we only shouted at each other to discuss people watching notes, like 'look at the one to the left in the blue skirt, that one is a lady boy'. We had some laughing gas in ...

      Bangkok Wedding, Fabulous Friends

      A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Feb 21, 2015

      1 comment, 41 photos

      ... were little boys of about 7 or 8 I should think, in baggy suits , trousers and sleeves too long, with slicked back and quaffed hair and little girls of about the same age in pink frothy dresses and very professional smiles. Apparently they were all contestants from the Thai TV series of The Voice for juniors. The male singer was also well known and had flown in from Australia via Shanghai ( or something like that) His name was Robert Vicencio and boy, could he belt out the songs! As ...

      Night train to Chiang Mai

      A travel blog entry by rocontour on Feb 06, 2015

      3 photos

      ... prior to departure. The train station was not busy and the cafes as well as most shops were shut so no chance to grab a decent coffee. The nice man at the information desk informed us access to the platform is 30 minutes prior to departure.

      We went upstairs to the vacated coffee shop area to sit at a table and pass the time reading.
      A few others had the same idea.

      The Train:
      Departure for us was ...

      Thailand comes with a steep learning curve

      A travel blog entry by jroe on Jan 22, 2015

      14 photos

      ... eating with the provided fork. However, I grew to learn that very few places would actually provide chopsticks to eat with, so I got over it. Even though I am very proud of my chopstick skills.

      I was almost out of money (since I leave most of it locked in the suitcase of my hotel) and so I went back on the water ferry to my hotel.

      The next day, I went to the JJ market, as my friend Gam recommended. It is a massive weekend ...

      Our first day, blog post by Colette

      A travel blog entry by leeadventure on Jan 17, 2015

      8 photos

      ... and a fruit & vegetable stand. We bought a bag of oranges for $2, a container of strawberries for $2, and a container of Ritz type crackers for $1.
We bought Ice cream that was really good too. It had rice and corn layered in it and peanuts on top, sounds very weird but tasted awesome. It tasted very homemade. The small was 30 cents, and the large was $1. We bought some juice at the 7-11 too, in glass bottles fanta, orange juice, and Ice tea, ...