Sathorn Vista, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSathorn Vista, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments
Modern and well maintained interiors. comfortable beds. Helpful staff. Location is a little far from the SkyTrain (10+ minute walk),
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... on in the excitement of working out what we'd need to have with us. Hunger satisfied, we set off to find a taxi to take us across town to the embassy. The end of Khao San Road is packed with parked taxis and their drivers standing on the pavement saying 'taxi taxi?' And they offered us a price of 300baht which we decided was a bit steep so we held out for one that would take us on the meter. This proved very worthwhile as in the end our fare was ...
... go to Dhonsol, the best place to see them in the country without feeding. There just wasn't enough time to get there. I knew a group had already booked, and the trip was going ahead on Sunday. I decided to go and see for myself. If I really didn't like it, I could always get out. Two dives at Sumillon would follow anyway. So, me and five Chinese people headed out to Oslob on the same boat that took over forty people to Apo two days ago. Loads of ...
... words- a gorgeous Twinings tea room - cloths, silver, - beautiful. Again all top top brands in big stores of their own.
I needed some exercise so I walked back to the hotel - not sure how many kms - took about 20 minutes brisk walking so can't be too far.
Tomorrow I am going to Lumpini a Park - "The Lungs of BKK" - to do some more walking and sit in the shade by the lake. Recommended by my darling BKK expert Sue.
... be made by these images with powerful conclusions. Other images froze Siamese dancers in time wearing traditional dress and examples of head dresses that do not exist anymore and HM King Mongkut, KIng Rama IV in his regal attire. This exhibition was made possible because The Wellcome Library in London sponsored the exhibition, due to a previous exhibition in London. There are a lot of cultural things to do in Bangkok but the next was probably not in that category! ...
... school. Most Thais have a given name and then a nickname which is short , sometimes an English word and often not related at all to their name. When we had the language school at Home End Farm for instance, we taught children with nicknames like Golf, Beer, Boy and Knight. The principal came to see Jo one day and asked if she would be able to tutor Tennis. Jo was lost for words.....wondering whether the odd lesson during her schooldays and watching Wimbledon would qualify ...