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    ^And in a 4* hotel, you would.

    Are you calling the Diana Inn 4*?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico
    William staying in a four star establishment,you should be getting a choice of teas



    yeah its normally Lipton or Lipton in a little basket next to the plastic travel kettle

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    Dillinger if you frequent restaurants that have travel kettles let us know whre they are so i can avoid them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by redhaze View Post
    Apparently that seemed funnier in my head

    Red I saw the funny side to it,unfortunately I can't edit my posts these days.it must be very frustrating for some of the grammar police

    it should of said go out.
    Should it of?

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    just for you Bobby


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    yeah its normally Lipton or Lipton in a little basket next to the plastic travel kettle
    It's a little known fact that Lipton teabags are actually waterproof.

    Left one in my cup for a full 10 hours once and still didn't get a decent brew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico
    William staying in a four star establishment,you should be getting a choice of teas.
    That Boss suites pattaya is a 3 star whoremongers hangout you fukkin nutter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    That Boss suites pattaya is a 3 star whoremongers hangout you fukkin nutter.
    I wouldn't have given the places a 1 star rating. It was that bad. Shame my camera wasn't working.

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    ^ Did you expect/ask for a pot of Dahjeeling and the hotels finest china

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    dillinger considering i was writing about the Parinda you nutter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    stayed there once, conn[QUOTE[/PHP]UOTE]ecting ti internet was nightmare,went down for a breakfast asked for a earl grey tea instead of house tea and they charged 110 baht for the tea bag.

    used to stay at Boss suites in Bkk same experience as Norton, there is a small hotel just down soi from Parinda called the Alt hotel nice big rooms and good Breakfast and the rates are very good.
    though not stayed there a while now.

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    Excellent. Have stayed there few times myself.

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    The Parinda?

    Did reception ask you if youve mistaken then for The Peninsular ?

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    Your application is in the post


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    jeez same one I'll post one onto myself as well


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    I wouldn't have given the places a 1 star rating.
    No water leaks, electric's on, toilet flushes = 3 stars.

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    I stayed in Boss Suites on second road a couple of months ago. It was I think 700 baht per night, for which they upgraded us to their "premium" room which had a kitchenette but no microwave or any means to cook anything so it was pretty redundant. The bathroom could have been cleaner, but I don't think it was extremely filthy. As a general rule of thumb, I wouldn't take a close look at any mattress in Pattaya if you intend on getting to sleep. Imagine how many "encounters" have taken place on any mattress in Pattaya. You can play a fun game of checking how many different brands of condom are underneath the mattress at any room in Pattaya.

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