Golden Rose Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... she was doing the fringe (she was much more reserved with the measurements here) her daughter came out freshly washed and in pj's and started brushing the hair off my legs and chest with a hair brush.. She then brushed my hair for me and after the mum brushed my face with this same brush!! Of course money was added for my wash so all in all I payed £2.40 for the experience... I think my split ends might be gone so double ...
... in an air conditioned car with our luggage before the first person doing 'visa on arrival' hit the immigration officer. Arrival at the hotel, we are greeted by 4 smiling, bowing Cambodians (Heather is going to love this place, it'll remind her of Thailand). Its been a long, hot, hectic day so we opt for a nap, which turns into a 9:30 room service dinner in our room, but the food is fantastic! A quick packup for the morning, we leave at 5:30am for sunrise at Tra ...
... Class entry with no queue so I thought here is our chance to see if this really works. Straight to the counter, booked in, boarding pass at the pointy end of the plane and all over in about 5 minutes. So far so good.
Immigration and customs was equally a breeze, so we were sitting down near the gate in about 20 minutes. Amazing.
We filled in about 1.5 hours with coffee, sandwiches, a few emails and similar. Boarding ...
... heat in the back of your throat"...the majority our group were coughing up their lungs! The second day saw us doing more of the same before heading back to Ho Chi Minh City. We took in a few more of the tourists sights around Ho Chi Minh before impulsively buying tickets outside the Opera House to go and watch a dance/acrobatic performance...the "AO Show". We were not disappointed, it was a spectacular show, Cirque du soleil style, but based around the theme of a ...
... sample the popular local delicacy. Coffee culture is very evident in Vietnam and I strongly believe that they have one of the best coffees in the world. When you order coffee in Vietnam, you are seated, usually by a kind middle aged women who is often very humored by the idea that a foreigner is about to be seated, on chairs that appear to be made for children in front of a table that also appears to be child sized. This is not a crack at the proportions of people in this part of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet