Liberty Hotel Saigon Greenview
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... br> I have also started my internship, which limits my possibilities to explore the city and keeps me very busy during the day! So I'm really looking forward to the weekend, to better explore the city!
And because I'm not the kind of girl to resist making a terrible joke, even bordering on the crude, I'll leave you on this oh-so-classy statement: "One day in Vietnam was enough for me to learn that a dong is practically worthless". So that's done.
Much love to all! xx
... to disagree with that statement. Material possessions appear to have a big significance and it is difficult to ignore the amount of fake luxury goods which litter the market stalls. Appearance is important in this country and I have a hard time associating such superficial values with those promoted by communism. I would even be so bold as to argue that, aside from the political system which I am told upholds communist ideologies, Vietnam is much more of a ...
... I tell you it's staggering! We are talking 2100 square kilometers,housing a whopping 10 million people,it's hard to believe that the world isn't thrown off its axis by this vast,condensed ocean of buildings,roads,bikes,and people. We start to descend,and the young Asian man seated beside me asks were we are from,I tell him Vancouver,Canada and he breaks out into an amazing smile and replies,"Me too,I live just off Grandview Highway!" Turns out he is the owner of ...
... cheese, spinach and onion), fruit (prunes and apricots), fresh orange juice and a small sticky bun. Phil had fruit (papaya and prunes), lox, Scottish (more lox) egg benedict, and coffee. We returned to our “stateroom” to brush our teeth, went way forward and up to the Frans Hals Showroom on the 4th deck. We showed our excursion tickets, were given our “yellow 4” stickers and sat down to wait to be called to our bus. We have purchased in ...
... this guy said he was going last because he wanted to take pictures (knob!) but he did promise to give me lots and lots of room (to get stuck and die in) so I descended the stairs to the entrance of the tunnel and lowered myself into the tunnel. You had to jump down off a ledge and crawl through, it was about 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide, and every bone in my body was screaming NOOOOO, but I had said I was doing it and that was it, I was doing it. I sat on the ledge and as I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLiberty Hotel Saigon Greenview Ho Chi Minh City
Nice big room, average breakfasts at the adjoining coffe shop, slow-ass elevator!!
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