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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsFirst Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Four star glory. Lovely staff, welcome drinks, lovely room an a VERY comfortable bed for our last night in Vietnam
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After a drowsy 4am start (thanks Tom for the lift!) we made the transit from Canberra to Sydney before boarding our flight to London via Ho Chi Minh city. The flight overall wasn't too bad but a bout of turbulence in the last hour or so left us feeling a bit unwell. To make matters worse, once landed we were asked to wait indefinitely at the …
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... Imprisonment Conditions, Aggressive War Crimes, Children's Education, and World Support of Vietnam's Resistance. As adults most of us know some of the history of the war, and the terrible atrocities that resulted from the use of chemical weapons including, Agent Orange, Napalm and others. Actually seeing the pictures of the destruction, the brutality, the outrage from the rest of the world and the impact on the survivors, particularly the the children as well as the next ...
... we were really not sure, plus what the heck was the hot plate for and why couldn't we order what we wanted?! We were then told to go and choose things from the salad bar. I didn't want a salad, I wanted the premium quality Aussie meat we'd heard so much about, but not choosing the salad was not an option. We were 'ushered' round the corner and there was a wall full of various mushrooms, leaves, veg and dried noodles. I only at this point that ...
... pas l'expérience que j'ai eu à Hanoï. C'est vrai que les gens y sont plus réservés mais ils ont le sourire facile et l'accueil y est chaleureux. J'ai eu une longue conversation avec le Directeur du Centre de pastorale diocésaine où je loge. D'emblée il m'a dit: "Merci aux communistes de nous avoir enlevés nos écoles, nos hôpitaux, etc. Ils nous ont forcés à revenir à l'essentiel." Je lui ...