Bach Tung Diep Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... salad with prawns that truly left me speechless, it was so yummy.
We’ve seen Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house where he lived---a simple and spartan place on a gorgeous manicured lake. It sits next door and in stark contrast to the presidential palace, a gorgeous French colonial building built by the French.
We also went to Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum. It’s imposing and somber. Ho lies in state, dressed in his favorite khaki ...
... was calling so we had to go to a pub and buy a much more expensive drink there to use their facilities. We ended up at a bar on the corner from our hotel where Nick sampled several local drafts and I made friends with the neighbourhood cat.
The next day we headed out on a walking tour of the old quarter, heading past several of the speciality shops that all group together on the same street: silk street, silver street, shoe street, toy street etc. ...
... was amazing how sheltered life is in a 5 star hotel - a nice change but too removed from the action & bustle of the city. We got dropped at Hang Bac & I set off to buy a replacement Vietnam cap. The seller wanted 125000 for it but I just laughed & told him I'd paid 50000 for my old one - after a small barter I got it for 50000! We then set off walking back along the old route, along Haberdashery St, past the Cha Ca restaurant to find the banh mi stall rated ...
Up with the birds in the bay hoping that the sun would break through ...but to no avail..but it was still awesome Head back to land while eating 6 course breakfast ...they really think they all need to feed us sooo much !! Watched the chef make a net out to f carrot ...they put it on ...
... decided to take my own waking tour. There's the old quarter where I was staying which is a virtual maze of streets FILLED with shops and food stalls and street vendors galore. It's easy just to get lost wandering these streets, sampling local yummies and watching the world go by. The best of it all chillin on random corners, sipping 20cent Bia Hoi, eating $1 noodles or Banh Mi and loving life. No wait, the BEST is finally finding the famous egg coffee everyone keeps ...