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TravelPod Member ReviewsElegant Inn Ho Chi Minh City
Good fresh breakfast
Room clean though a little small.
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... in Thailand. We had a slight shake-up when we first arrived. Grace stepped out of the taxi and a guy on a motorbike grabbed her bag with her money, passport and kindle in it! Fortunately he dropped it and we haven’t had any trouble since. On our first morning we went searching for a skate shop for Tom. This led to us walking through non-touristy areas asking directions and it was really lovely. We came across a small local market just before actually ...
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... in and the house would act like a wind sock which would result that within minutes the roof would lift off and the house crumble.
It was with some astonishment that I noticed that the wooden frame of Eddie’s house is standing loose on the concrete stumps. If it was my house I would ensure metal plates to be connected between the wood and the concrete stump before the roof went on. The house is situated on the slope of a mountain and they ...
... there's aricles on 4 US anti-war protestors in 1970 shot dead by the US national guard Apparently in 1965, 3 seperate US citizens burnt themselves to death using petrol in protest of the war. Crazy ******* *******s Then there's about 50 posters depicting different protests against the war from 65-72. Again some of them are in France, which is highly ironic given their not so distant hand in events Mr Andre Menras and Jean Pierre Debris raised a flag of the south ...