Ha Vy Hotel

Address: 16-18 Do Quang Dau St., Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16-18 Do Quang Dau St., Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, and Hotel de Ville.
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    Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

    Last Day in the Homeland that is Viet Nam!

    A travel blog entry by thaiger74 on Apr 11, 2015

    2 photos

    ... retreated to my room. Where I succeeded in doing absolutely nothing and it was AWESOME! Haha I got some eats for dinner later on and came back after an unsuccessful attempt to exchange the suitcase I purchased due to some issues with it. I could go further into detail but the anger of the situation will only resurface along with some excessive special word choices (lol) on how I really feel. So we'll just sweep it under the rug for now! :) ...

    Saigon Arrival / First Day!

    A travel blog entry by thaiger74 on Mar 29, 2015

    6 photos

    ... constant honking, which is essentially the way you communicate with your fellow motorists. I'm not so sure it's something I could ever get used to. I think it took about 20 minutes to get to the hotel, which turns out to be a little bit farther from the Ben Thanh Market area than I thought it was on the map but that's okay walking around the downtown is always adventurous. the total cost for the taxi was with tip 200, 000 VNDGreetings ton All!
    So ...

    Floating Market in Mekong Delta & Cu Chi Tunnels

    A travel blog entry by happynomads15 on Mar 27, 2015

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... the years the VC developed simple but effective techniques to make their tunnels difficult to detect or disable. Wooden trapdoors were camouflaged with earth and branches; some booby-trapped. Hidden underwater entrances from rivers were constructed. To cook they used kitchens which exhausted the smoke through vents many meters away from the cooking site. Trapdoors ...

    Ho Chi Minh

    A travel blog entry by esjaydev on Jan 05, 2015

    ... had to leave at the first available exit! I was overcome with claustrophobia which has never happened to me before! I was a bit overwhelmed by the heat and smells. This particular tunnel was only 10metres underground, so I have huge respect for the soldiers who lived in these tiny, cramped conditions for months at a time often 30-40 metres ...

    It's a wrap!

    A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Dec 08, 2014

    1 comment, 72 photos

    ... in terms of solo travel and something I look forward continuing for my next trip…For now, thanks to the rents for not going into a cardiac arrest and allowing me to go and have my freedom, only hope I’ll be as lenient!

    Wouldn’t change a thing about my year and feel it has put me in great stead heading into 2015 and preparing to start my course at ACU in February.

    Merry Christmas and a very happy New year, until next time!

    Emma ...