Shagwell Mansions

Address: 430/27 Soi Arunothai, Pattaya, 20260, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 430/27 Soi Arunothai, Pattaya, is near Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya Beach, Jomtien Beach, and Mini Siam and Mini Europe.
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    Travel Blogs from Pattaya

    Song Kran - Its off its FACE

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... pretty good. All expressway and about 1 hour 40 mins. Im over sitting down.

    Got into Pattaya and headed straight for the Roo Bar in Walking Street. Lugging my luggage about was painful and I was definitely 'spot the tourist’. Got to Walking Street and was getting soaked cos it’s the tail end of Song Kran – the Thai Water Festival where all and sundry have water pistols and wet every one. I am soaked. Trying ...

    Culinary Artists

    A travel blog entry by lottieevans on Jun 17, 2013

    3 photos

    Today has been great! When we woke up this morning we had breakfast and coffee sitting out on the balcony overlooking the clear blue sea. We then headed to our first lesson in Thai cooking at the Royal Cliff hotel next door to the condo building. We were greeting with cocktail fruit drinks upon arrival and provided with professional chef hats and aprons (which we found funny considering our lack of cooking skills!) The 3 ...

    Pavorothai and being fingered by the cops

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on May 30, 2012

    2 photos

    ... everything and just marvel at the world when, against the beautiful blue backdrop of the fading daylight, a wedding party had released tens of Chinese fire lanterns which were gently making their way towards the heavens - the vivid orange casting a brilliant contrast against the darkening sky. Anyway, that’s the sort of bollox you start to notice when you have too much spare time and too much hair…

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    Day 34 - a temple and heading to Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by malinda.egg on Jan 02, 2012

    ... with our group.  We all got on a big bus and went to the train station. We had over an hour before our train was due to leave so we went in search of some food. There wasn't a whole lot about so we grabbed some chips and things from the nearby mini store.  We got back to the train and when it started to head off we grabbed some beers. I ended up having a huge bottle of Chang and a huge bottle of Singha. The beer making me need to ...

    Barb's RTW comments (primarily regarding India)

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Nov 19, 2010

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... over it. Rice, of course, is a staple and they often served it with chips (French fries). Don’t laugh, I’ve seen them serve rice with spaghetti in Hawaii.
    -The sarees are beautiful!!!! I thought they represented their Hindu religion, but apparently they became a fashion trend around 20 years ago. Almost all Indian women we saw were wearing them - some with matching pants and some the regalia way with a skirt. They’re made of 5 to 9 meters (15 to 27 feet) of cloth. ...