Hong Vy 3 Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHong Vy 3 Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Good location within walking distance of the main central attractions. Hotel was good, rooms good size, bathrooms slightly small but ok. Breakfast on the 10th floor. Staff helpful, but only one small lift.
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So, that's it then. Nobody's going to read this, it's just my self-indulgent little piece of closure, to make sure the final bit isn't forgotten.
Friday morning, 29 May, 2015: the last day. Our flight isn't till 15:05, but I know that Stephen likes to have plenty of time available and still arrive early, so in my head I had figured out that if we left the flat at 10, we'd have stacks of time. When Stephen worked out how much time that left us, he ...
Return to Ho Chi Minh - 6th may Yay today I travelled back to Ho Chi Minh!! After a massive lunch of matcha latte, baguette and carrot cake I was full to the brim and happy to be back in Saigon. As a birthday treat me an Tash went to the A ò show in Saigon opera house. It was acrobatic show illustrating the life of the Vietnamese. It was truly amazing! ...
... could see much more than from the sidewalk. We stopped at the War Remnants Museum. They had Chinooks and Huey's like the ones Buzz used to fly, and much more American machines of war. There was a replica of a prison cell, and numerous pictures of torture. It was not against Americans, but still very upsetting. I would have liked to stay longer, but it was so horrifying we could only take so much. We had an iced coffee and our Cyclo drivers found us again. My guy ...
... time, considering I was the only one in the restaurant! Oh well.
After dinner, retired back to my cooled down quarters to relax for the rest of the evening and early to bed, due to an early rise. Joining the MLT (Motherland Tour) for the day tomorrow. Will revisit old nurseries and orphanages and reunite with child care workers. Very excited to see them again!
To be continued....