Bizu Boutique Hotel Phu My Hung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBizu Boutique Hotel Phu My Hung Ho Chi Minh City
Good hotel compact functional rooms right in the middle of backpackers paradise with bars surrounding. Staff very helpful!!!!
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I morgen går turen til Mekong deltaet med en organiseret tur, der er sejltur på floden og besøg mange steder bl.a. flydende markeder. 2 overnatninger og onsdag krydses grænsen til Cambodia og turen slutter om eftermiddagen i Pnom Penh. Turen koster under 300 kr med overnatninger. I Pnom Penh har vi bestilt værelser med aircon til 6$hotel Pho
Visited Cu Chi Tunnels - really interesting
Fired the ak47 and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M1919_Brow ning_machine_gun (we were told it was an m30 but i think it was this as m30 doesn't seem to exist, and this is a .30 calibre)
Visited Mekong Delta - very touristy - not so great really
... crossing the streets - even walking on the sidewalks are dangerous since the motorbikers ride on the sidewalks in all directions and when they want you to move out of their way they will beep. We became experienced cross walkers. Although we had a number of close calls and a few times we had to curse out the bikers - in English so I don't think they understood us....But I gotta say after all ...
... We spent a lot of time waking around but didn't find a lot to buy. We went to Dong Khoi Street and found an Italian Restaurant, The Pomodoro. It was about 9.30 and they didn't have many people in, but they made us welcome. We ate pizza and pasta. The owner has been in Vietnam for years. He was very friendly and chatty and was happy for us to stay as long as we liked, even though most of his staff had left for the night. We were all tired and tomorrow is an early start so we got a taxi ...
... emergence at the other end, wherever that was – it was a claustrophobic’s nightmare. Luckily I’m not burdened with such an affliction, but it’s not easy to keep your cool when you’re crawling on your stomach through a tiny, muddy tunnel with zero vision. Some cautious probing ensued, leading us to a small (but substantially brighter and more spacious) room forking to the left of our passage. The light was filtering through ...