Golden Rose Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Rose Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Very clean and presentable hotel, staff very friendly and eager to please. Breakfast very good and varied.
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Experiencing Ho Chi Minh City – Formerly Saigon
The War Remnants Museum is surrounded by UH-1 Huey Helicopters, fighter jets from the 60's and dozens of bombs and weapons from the Vietnam War. Inside the museum are rooms full of enlarged pictures from Life and Look Magazines. Famous photos taken by photojournalists line the walls. …
Last day today, woke up at 8:00 for a leisurely breakfast, see Fergus and Christine before they went off for a trip to Mekong Delta, we managed today, to say goodbye, as they had to rush off quickly previous night. Then we saw John, Lynda and Alison at breakfast, Lynda's birthday today so they are having a lovely day together, …
Early start to take a coach to Cu Chi tunnel complex. we had another guide taking us, his name was Hai, he was 67 years old and served in the war. He was very knowledgeable about the subject. It took around an 1 1/2 hours travelling as the traffic is quite heavy. We arrived around 9:30 and stayed around 2 hours. We started with a chat of …
... The other thing that is different is the amount of bikes...I thought Hanoi was a physical impossibility but Ho Chi Minh City is one huge motor bike park. There were literally thousands surrounding the taxi as we headed to the hotel, all with about 4 people on them.
We arrived at the Intercontinental Hotel and received a nice surprise. Our friend Tash from BKK is the GM of the Thailand and actually opened the hotel in Ho Chi Minh a couple of years ago. ...
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Suddenly he emerged with two bags – the Paul of old, a shade tubbier perhaps but much the same as the man I had last seen in Cairo 23 years earlier. He looked the same, but had all those years of housemastering and headmastering changed him inside? Would I be able to relate to this prestigious educational personage; would he be able to relate to me?
My fears proved unfounded. In the taxi the banter flowed as of old.
We entered my ...