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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pagoda rather than the religious temple and our first stop was at the Tien Mu Pagoda an important Buddhist site. The next visit was to Minh Mang's mausoleum set in beautiful peaceful gardens which was ingeniously designed with spectacular interiors in the pagodas which we have not been able to reproduce in our photos. We have learnt about "iron wood", even harder than mahogany which was used to create the pillars. The afternoon was spent at the Citadel, a sort of city ...
... room was a grand suite in the old heritage wing that opened to the pool. The suite included 2 separate rooms and a shared lounge area and third bathroom. It was gorgeous with its old fashioned phones and chandeliers. We had a drink at the pool and the. Set off to explore the city. We had no idea except to wander out into the streets. We decided to try and find the ben thanh markets and Mark was happy he was put in charge of the map. On our way we stumbled across ...
... help make it. I chopped tomatoes and tofu and peeled quails eggs. Felt good to help cook again. We all sat down in the kitchen for dinner and I got to know everyone there. I headed to bed soon after and got cosy under a duvet. Dalat is a little chillier than down south as its in the mountains but it's nice. Spring like weather and crisp. The next day I was up earlish so got my breakfast made my strawberry and headed out to explore. ...
... drastically wrong. Back on the bus for a few more hours and we rolled into Ho Chi Minh City. Madi and I both felt the difference the minute we crossed the border. Cleaner, less chaos on the road. No Tuk Tuks. They have cyclos and lots of scooters. We got to the bus stop which appeared to be a random place on the side of the main road. We retrieved our luggage and was told to give it to the cyclo rider at the back of the bus. All 16 in ...
... journey through Vietnam and I worked on the blog - it was pretty pleasant! After food we went on the hunt for ice cream, something Vicky has been craving for days and sure enough we stumbled across a creamery that would suffice. Still with an hour and a half to kill at this point we decided to go to a bar and play cards on the roof of a hotel in District 1; at only 8 floors not quite as high as the previous day but we could feel the breeze which was nice! Making our way ...