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colonial siphonophore of up to 130 ft long

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Located on the hotel's 65th floor with panoramic views of Bangkok and the Chao Praya River, the relaunched Mezzaluna is part of The Dome at lebua, a top Bangkok fine dining destination with five different bars and restaurants.
After its decline, a new Thai kingdom emerged in 1350 on the Chao Praya River at Ayutthaya.
In particular cases of Praya alagada and Rio alagado it refers to marshes left by the overflow of the sea or river water along the shore or river banks.
Summary: Bangkok residents continued to evacuate as officals warned of high tide as the Chao Praya river threatens to burst its banks.
The Thai capital sprang up in a kink on the east bank of the Chao Praya river about 220 years ago.
We arrived at the Shangri-La hotel on the banks of the 372-mile Chao Praya River to be greeted like long-lost friends by the staff.
Ng eds; Hong Kong University Press, 14/F Hing Wai Centre, 7 Tin Wan Praya Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong; US$75.
Brazil, Rio Negro basin: CAS 14659 (3), Praya Bulufu, Rio Itu, ca 80 km upstream from Rio Negro.
And, after a couple of days spent soaking up the bustle of Bangkok, staying at the luxurious and futuristic Millennium Hilton on the banks of the Chayo Praya river, my sister and I were ready for a complete contrast.
She missed the flavors of home and soon discovered Chao Praya, a Thai restaurant in Eugene, where she took a job.
So to avoid spending hours in jams, you have a choice either live in the city, near Sukhumvit, or by the Chao Praya river.
We tried two maritime dining experiences; lunch on a slightly rocking boat and a dinner cruise on board the Chao Praya Princess III on the Chao Phraya River.
It is apparent, at least in the Chao Praya valley, that wet rice cultivation was not the main focus of subsistence during the Bronze Age but rather that people may have relied more on a diversified subsistence strategy including wet rice, shifting cultivation and collection (Mudar 1995; White 1995b).
It sits on the west bank of the Chao Praya, near the Sirin Thon bridge, four kilometres upstream from the palace roofs and temple spires of tourist Bangkok.
The city, home to nine million people, is hectic, dirty, noisy and centred along the snaking Chao Praya river.