DIC Star Hotel

Address: 169 Thuy Van St. (Back Beach), Vung Tau, 92861, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 169 Thuy Van St. (Back Beach), Vung Tau.
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    A travel blog entry by delafog on May 31, 2015

    31 photos

    ... instead of 10 months). Several of these folks were in the program for 5 years. We discussed a pilot program to see how that would work out.

    They also what to reduce the interest rate as the central government had lower loan rates. This too was discussed and Rider will have to determine if this will work or not.

    The participants were asked what other types of thing we could do to bring in new bowers and talked ...

    Phu My for Saigon

    A travel blog entry by gwaddy on Mar 20, 2015

    5 photos

    ... faded French colonial and modern. Visited Saigon museum with interesting and unusual water puppet show where the puppeteers operate in the water behind a screen! Excellent lunch with Vietnamese music and dance at Windsor hotel, also visited French post office and Notre Dam cathedral as well as an ancient Chinese Temple and finally a lacquer factory and shop with beautiful items of which we purchased some souvenirs. Fish & Chips in ...

    Phước Bửu

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 18, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Minh Ho was married. He left blushing at the their request for him to return should he want a fish sauce wife. Unprompted, I was again told I was just nineteen, result.

    Our next stop was The Cham towers at Po Sah Inu overlooking Mui Ne bay. The sign says they date from the ninth century and were for the worship of a fire, buffalo and linga-yoni (penis) deities. A similar style to My Son in Hoi An they are in turn overlooked by a more modern addition. The summit contains ...

    From Phu My

    A travel blog entry by steve874 on Mar 13, 2014

    16 photos

    ... with a little trepidation as they were billed as "today's answer to the Andrews Sisters!" It was ok but their outfits made it bearable ;-) I'm sure the Andrews Sisters didn't wear basques? If I was 25 years older it would have been great ;-) Crows nest for a pint then to the cabin for a cheap bottle of wine ;-) quite palatable really :-) Tired tonight, had two really good days but ready for buddy Bo's ;-) Vietnam has been really good, and our 53rd country. A ...

    3 Punctures 2 Sore Bum's 1 low flying Helicopter

    A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Nov 18, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... we had trained more now, we were fitter last time we did this,!!! But the scenery is lovely, paddy fields along the way, lovely people waving at us and Wooooooooooosh,,,,, Phyllis has another flat tyre !!!!!! We are along a dual carriage way and to get across the road where we have spotted a man repairing lorry tyres on the other side we have to cycle against the traffic. Now this is the norm here in Vietnam, although there are two directions of traffic flowing on ...