Ten Stars Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 22: Today we have flown into Bangkok, we got here late morning which makes things so much easier when finding hotels and getting around, especially with the use of the train, it's nice to know that we are arriving into a city with good public transport, makes things so much easier. After checking in we went for a walk, and the amount of people …
... here and mum dad and Ross's took them for a ride around Bangkok and dropped them off the completely wrong hotel after he said he knew where he was going. So they got out and Ross snatched the money out of his hand mum gave him to take them to the wrong hotel.. And they got another one from the hotel they were dropped outside of. Only to realise afterwards that where they got off the train, the hotel was 5 minute walk down the road! ...
... we did see was an overgrown jungle- sort of like what happened to the house in Jumanji- the Robin Williams movie. Greg wants to buy it and refurbish it. We rang the bell on the gate next door and were able to have some workers call our former neighbor who happens to be the brother of our old landlord. Although he was out of town for New Year's, he was happy to hear from us and said he'd try to meet us this weekend. We will ask him why the house ...
... We decided we'd rather hang out in an air conditioned mall eating cheap donuts, browsing Japanese pound shops and playing air hockey than visiting a field with a pile of skulls and horrific stories of humanity at its worst. Not sure if that makes us vacuous or just honest. We drift between sights because the tour books tell us they are worthy and important, and they are; but after spending the day in the War Remnants museum in Saigon (full of the horrors of the Vietnam ...
... a shirt, put on my white running shoes and met up with Sharon again.
This time we had dinner at a food court to save up the money for the expensive cocktails up on the roof.
Now we knew the way to the entrance and our wardrobe was approved and we were sent up to the 64th floor.
I had an appropriately named Hangovertini (containing who knows what in a Martini glass) and Sharon had a lemon cocktail.