Vista Residence Bangkok
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVista Residence Bangkok
Spacious, clean rooms, close to BRT train system, friendly service.
Not very centrally located but it is an easy walk to the train.
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The day started at 3am and 21 hrs later we've check into our accommodation in Bangkok. Thanks to qantas stuffing up our initial seats we ended up with the exit row seats and heaps of room which made the flight from Sydney to Bangkok all the more tolerable. Trying to decide weather something to eat or sleep is required. Sleep is gaining favour by far.
... it was as you imagined from TV- loads of stalls selling everything a traveller could want. We grabbed some breakfast, cornflakes and musli, and carried on with our day- getting Aladin pants and hair braids.
we then visited the Grand Palace which was BEAUTIFUL and mesmerising. Luckily we had already bought Aladin pants to cover our legs, as they have strict rules on attire.
Charlotte attempted to navigate us to ...
... London. I said I'd lived there briefly. She got really excited took me back into mcdonalds, sat me down and asked me about myself. She seemed very concerned that I was alone out here so she then got her note pad out and wrote different names and places to stay all around Asia and how much they were. She then asked if I could tell her more about London because her niece will be studying there in september. I helped her as much as I could and then ...
... around 11.30 and basically took a short course in death!
Woke this morning feeling refreshed. Headed downstairs to get a taxi to the hotel near the airport as today is the last day in Thailand.
The hotel was a joke! For starters the taxi driver had no idea where he was going - a common theme from our travels. Then the hotel has no recollection of our booking even though funds left my account. The room was spacious but rather ...
... caffeine addiction, this was the morning priority. The only issue was getting to Starbucks working out how to cross the road-there was no green man for a start and it was a free for all. Locals in cars were actually waving us across haha! Post coffee fix, we had a mooch round the shopping centre. Some lovely clothes but the shops were lacking a certain something... Air con. Louise trying on ...