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... of them! To get back to Old Town we had to walk up a street with all high end shops- Cartier, Tiffany, Prada,Jimmy Choo, you get the point. Very interesting to say the least. We ran into a young man who was taking coins to let you feed his pigs - so Jeanne fed the piggie. I just took a picture, all set with the pigs.
After a brief rest in the room, we talked to the concierge about where to eat dinner. He suggested a place, even drew on a map to ...
... the important places and monuments as per usual which was great!
Now the cool part of the tour was taking a 15 minute ride on a tram to a nuclear bunker! A fallout shelter in case of a nuclear bomb attack! It is underground below a park and was built in the 1950’s. Built for 2500 people to live in it for 2.5 weeks, then they can make a run to a safe area. Has ...
... of each design. If you compare pricing from Artel and a shop off Old Town, there is a slight difference but the quality is undeniable. Smaller pieces start at $35 and climb into the thousands, luckily a red wine glass was on the lower end. A small keepsake that will be enjoyed for years to come, and a wonderful story to accompany it. Time quickly passes as your eyes dart from building to building soaking in the spires, goblins, and other intricate designs. Don't pass up ...
... There aren't any. So yes, why not to go to Vietnam. It took us 2 workdays to agree on the dates, to arrange holiday at work and to buy fly tickets :D
I'm really going this year to Vietnam...
BTW: our flight tickets are
- Vienna --> Dusseldorf --> Abu Dhabí --> Ho Chi Minh City
- Ho Chi Minh City --> Abu Dhabí --> Münich
See you at the next blog post,
We started the day at 9am and made our way to the Old Town Square. It was here that we had to meet for the Free walking tour.
As the tour didn't start until 11am, we had ample time to stroll around and came across a little market and did some browsing. This is where the photo of the light poles was taken.
In the town square there is a astronomical old clock that does a 20 second performance on the hour. It ...