City Inn Vientiane
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Inn Vientiane
The City Inn is in a good location but we got off to a rough start with the hotel saying I had broke the key and I owed them $10 before I could get a new one.... They are electronic key cards and I hadn't even set foot in my room with the bell man there assiting me before the card broke in half from extreme over use. Just not a good wat to start by having to argue that I was not the cause of the problem. Good breakfast buffet; quiet rooms.
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Day - 83
I don't feel much better today but I force myself to go out! We go to the COPE (Cooperative Orthotic Prosthetic Enterprise) visitor centre which we both thought was really near our hotel but it wasn't! We eventually arrive and find that the visitor centre is attached to the hospital, which makes sense.
The centre is …
Day - 82
Now it's my turn to not feel well! I think it is a virus thing, so we take it easy and watch HBO and an episode of the new Sherlock Holmes - I love it!!
We also work out our money and how much time we have left and have a chat about where we want to go. At current spend levels we probably have another two months left …
Day - 81
Many firsts for me today; on a bicycle, on new years day, cycling around a capital city! We hired two bicycles for £2 for a day.
Out first stop is to That Dam (Black Stupa), which looks much better further away than close up! Many Laotians believe it is inhabited by a seven-headed nāga who tried to protect them from …
Last morning in Vietnam. Started off with disaster of Leonie burning her hand under the hot tap resulting in having to sit with her hand in a ice cold bucket all morning! Plenty of cold water and some cream and it is looking a lot better. Managed to get a quick view of Vietnam squeezed in too. Traveled to the airport at 3ish to catch our plane to Laos. ...
... much about the implications of all of the bombs dropped on Laos during the war in Vietnam, including how many remain unexploded today. The visitor centre had a lot of information about how these bombs have impacted the lives of local people as they continue to be discovered today and sometimes people are not so lucky in avoiding the impact of their explosion, largely because people in the rural areas are not educated enough to know what the bombs are ...