Paradiso Boutique Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadiso Boutique Suites Bangkok
Lovely hotel - good location, staff friendly sng helpful, breakfast not so good !!!!
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... you throw it in a waste bin next to the toilet), apparently in order to make it more 'sanitary' for cleaners to pick up the toilet paper, you're supposed to clean up with water first, and then dry yourself with the toilet paper so there isn't a bunch of very nasty looking toilet paper in the trash can. It's such a strange idea to me, because in China they don't throw the toilet paper in the toilet either - they also use a trash can, but ...
... our "train" to Ayutthaya booked at ARC when we arrived we were on a tight time frame to make it to The Grand Palce and back, aware we'd be weighed down by our additional clothing and having to take water breaks just to cope! We paid our dues at the ticket office and negotiated the fashion police - we saw one unfortunate lady be pulled aside and banished as she had her shoulders on show, school boy error! The first part of The Grand Palace started with ...
... the place was packed. Full of a mix of locals and tourists. The bar was unique and all the music was from old MTV video tapes. This meant there was some quality old school tunes. The place was very popular being unable to move. We all got more drinks in and started to chatting to each other and whoever else was there. A pretty crazy first night out in Bangkok. Sarah and I headed back at about 3. We came back to the incredible Amari. Tomorrow will be a hangover. I'll let you know how it ...
... cities in South East Asia. In the end, we were glad to have made the trip to the Golden Mountain Temple, despite all of the stress of getting there.
We left the Wat, and without wanting to risk more trouble with tuk-tuks, walked the 30 minutes to our hotel. This included walking through abandoned main streets of more demonstration sites, with many army and police officers present. After the crowds present around Khao San Road, the empty streets ...
... at the hosts places...But yet none of them is Thai...
Tomorrow...I'm getting out of here. Wish I could say I'll never be back in here but I know soon I will, and only to get away out of this country.
I hope rest of Thailand won't treat me the same way as Bangkok, but then for something good to come, something bad always has to happen, so now I do nothing but hoping for the best!
I know I am generalizing here and I hope Thai people will prove me wrong!