Cinnamon Hotel Saigon
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... you will start chatting. We met a couple of nice Australian girls and some Vietnamese boys who were definitely underage! At one point, the bar owners all jumped to their feet and moved all the chairs off the pavement. At first we didn't know what had happened, but we heard later on that the Police drive past, and bars aren''t meant to spread onto the pavements. It's funny though, because two minutes later when they have gone, the chairs go back on the pavement.
... is half covered with a photo frame, webs all over the ceiling, mattress is filthy and I have know idea what it is even made up of and the cover looks like it hasn't been washed in years. Other than that it's fine! We couldn't be bothered to move and will only be here a few days so we settled in.
We went for a walk to grab some dinner as we were both starving by now and ended up a couple of doors down from the hotel. Dan ordered egg noodles and I ordered ...
... and about 1000 cars. Imagine all these sort of keeping to their side of the street, occasionally. Now imagine all these drivers totally ignoring the lane markers, crossing to the other side of the road totally casually whenever they needed to, imagine an in-feed from every side street of 10,000 scooters who do not stop at the intersection, they see a gap, or even a potential gap. sound their horn and just continue. You get some idea of ...
... dress tailor fitted for Aude for just $20 - bargain! From Hoi An we took a day trip to the My Son ruins (a UNESCO world heritage site), which in there own standing right are not a bad set of (Pre-) Angkorian aged ruins, even if they were significantly destroyed by endless bombing campaigns during the war. However, having already seen Wat Phou in Laos and Angkor Wat in Cambodia, we were not overawed. Plus the tour guide was exceptionally annoying, he kept calling us "team ...
... in your bowl, is often raw and needs to be cooked for a couple minutes in the boiling water. It might be best to tuck it under the noodles and onions in order to give it a better chance of cooking. If you look around our table, you will notice that there are a number of condiments, including chili sauce, fish sauce, something else I am uninformed about, and a plate of lettuce and mint. If you would prefer a spicy, more flavorful taste, please feel free to add as much as you ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking