Kim Hoang Gia Hotel

Address: 52 Nguyen An Ninh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 52 Nguyen An Ninh, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, and Hotel de Ville.
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      Ho Chi Minh City

      A travel blog entry by jackandlou on Feb 02, 2015

      6 photos

      ... ups with but using lots of extravagant moves - very cool so we hope to practice a lot in NZ.

      The next day we left the hostel and checked into a cheap hotel (very centrally located). We have been willing to pay a few pounds extra for the convenience of a good location throughout our whole trip as it saves money in the long run. After a long shower to rid ourselves of the unpleasant night in the hostel we headed out to the War Museum. ...

      The end of the line

      A travel blog entry by piholland on Jan 30, 2015

      1 comment

      ... we could sponge off for a while and our van sits patiently waiting for our return to Oz. We really need to sit down and decide where to go next, and as we don't really have a plan at this stage I thought it would be a good time to have a break form the blog.

      When your on a trip it can be exciting writing a blog, when its your way of life it can be very hard to put down in words the experiences you have living on the road, after all this is our life now, catching a eight ...

      Shock and Awe

      A travel blog entry by simonannals on Jan 14, 2015

      15 photos

      ... felt the weight of this and it weighed a ton, I thought it was going to break my shoulder! The War Remnants Museum is housed in a former U.S, Information Service building. The photos and exhibits highlight the atrocities committed by the French, U.S. & Chinese armies. It was disturbing yet fascinating. I had started taking photos as we went, but after a while it didn't feel appropriate as the photos got more & more gory. For me, the worst ...

      Perspective is a curious thing...

      A travel blog entry by belindanorrie on Oct 06, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... the history books. No matter what your opinion on Vietnam and the war, there were some absolutely brutal and unnecessary acts that took place, and I can't help but wonder why disembowelling and killing children and raping and killing women seemed to be such a huge part of the war effort from the West. I don't know how they thought this would help the war...Perhaps it happened both ways, I'm really not sure, but the graphic and violent images and stories I saw today seemed to go ...

      Vietnam. Day 2 Mekong Delta

      A travel blog entry by rebeccatravel on Aug 31, 2014

      13 photos

      ... many people are taking the opportunity to travel from the city to return home to their families for a couple of days. As the motor bike is the family vehicle, then mum, dad and the 2 kids as well as a couple of bags are piled onto most bikes. There was a mass exodus from the city with thousands and thousands of bikes. It is amazing to see small children including babies sleeping in their mothers' arms on the back of so many bikes. Along the side of the freeway ...