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New Hotels & Bars in Bangkok

Pic: King Deluxe room at Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok (Jul 2014)
End of July, I spent a week in Bangkok, a city which I tend to visit at least once a year. 292 more words


Hôtel piscine chamonix


Les Grands Montets

Hôtels à Chamonix avec piscines

Pas de gagnants entre ces deux hôtels de Chamonix. Les deux ont bien une piscine mais avec une petite différence.  52 more words


Experiencing the Galapagos in style

Out of all the natural environments on Earth, none quite has the fame that the Galapagos Islands possesses. Back in the 19th century, a naturalist by the name of Charles Darwin visited these isles as part of a global journey aboard the HMS Beagle, and it was here he witnessed the vastly different creatures which led to him positing his now famous theories of natural selection and evolution. 416 more words


Breakfast at the Radisson Blu, Bristol

The breakfast we had at the Radisson Blu in Bristol is worth a post of its own. Yes it was a typical buffet breakfast i.e sit down, coffee arrives and one of you gets up and gets the orange juice before your table is taken. 54 more words


Podtel Anyone?


Tube sleeping

Should airport hotels be worried? I just finished looking at a model of this new European idea. They are being planned to be installed in airports at this time, and seem to be quite popular for short time rest during airport layovers. 248 more words


Crowne Plaza London City

My Review of the Crowne Plaza London City – Blackfriars London

This hotel is one of my favourites in London. It was on a work familiarisation trip that I first stayed here and what a treat it was. 361 more words


The best of Montreal: Where to go, eat, and stay

Montreal is about as close as you can get to Europe without leaving the North American continent. Considered the cultural capital of Canada, Montreal is famous for its French cuisine, sophisticated fashion, underground city, and plethora of attractions—not to mention its frigid winters. 532 more words