Lien An Sai Gon Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... and heaps of hot dishes to choose from.
We decided that we would leave tomorrow on the train, so we went down to the reception and organise our tickets. They will be delivered to us at 4pm this arvie. We could only get on the 1.10 train so wont get to Nha Trang until about 10pm. We just have soft seats as we wont need a bed.
It was getting onto lunchtime so off we went back to our ...
... monuments as we would be. The city is separated into districts similar to the way they do it in France with most of the tourist attractions in district 1. Mostly everything was in walking distance so it made things easy for us, especially in the heat. We took a trip to the Cu Chi Tunnels and saw some of the tens of thousands of miles of tunnels in the area northwest of Saigon. The Viet Cong, or VC, were the Communist guerrillas from the north, who dug these tunnels and used ...
... quite a refreshing facial (in my opinion) but Grahame was not quite so impressed!!
Then we went out to the main street again for some street food (eggs noodles) which we enjoyed sitting in the park watching military marching training drills and enjoying the shade.
We had a lazy final day in HCMC before finding some energy which we expended by running in the park before getting showered and changed and heading out for our final lovely meal and evening before moving on.
... the Pagoda. I briefly asked him about the painting and his response to me in broken english was "if you sin you go to hell." Wait a second, I don't remember that as Buddhist teaching?
The grounds had an impressive seven story stupa containing other statues and important images. I slipped my shoes off at the door, and began walking up the numerous fleets of stairs, checking out the different statues of each story. I quickly noticed there were a lot of statues of ...
... of museum-goers.
This palace is very close to the cathedral and the central post office, both of which are on most day-tour of Ho Chi Minh City.
On the lawns outside the cathedral, we participated in a wedding picture shoot. The bride, dressed in traditional red and gold sarong, gladly accepted our request to take a picture with them.
Lunch of Pho
My first experience savoring the Vietnamese Pho – rice noodles swimming in a meat stew with ...