Moevenpick Hotel Saigon
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... and walk straight ahead, always at the same pace, avoiding to stop at all costs.
- I'm a multimillionaire. I constantly juggle with skyhigh numbers, worth a few euros, and I've probably already made a couple people very happy by counting the zeros wrong.
- I have tried street cuisine (boiled, to avoid scaring off my stomach), and it's delicious.
- I speak Vietnamese. At least 3 words of it.
- I've found a flat! Well, a bedroom. ...
... down to the bunker with its network of tunnels, telecommunications Centre and war room with huge maps of Vietnam on the walls depicting progress. We also had a nose at the kitchen, ammunition room and state cars, well it would have been rude not too! The war Remnants museum was enlightening. Outside of the museum were a collection of US armored vehicles and helicpoters/planes and infantry weapons. To the side of the building are artifacts and descriptions of ...
... what surprised me the most was the cruelty which occurred in the country only 30 years after the holocaust. How could we, western democratic nations, allowed this to happen? It is undeniable that one should learn about the past in order to avoid making similar mistakes in the future, but it saddened me to see that the consequences of Pol Pot appear to have stifled the country. I agree that humans are conditioned by their past, however as they continue to grow, ...
... had a bit of a lazy morning considering check out was at 9:45am. This gave us plenty of time to enjoy a delicious breakfast and to wrestle our bags closed which are now full with last nights purchases. We were all sad with the thought of having to leave our beautiful resort in Hoi An. We then all made our way onto the bus which took us back to the Da Nang airport. At the airport many of us succumbed to the likes of Burger King where we had a quick lunch before ...
... let me do the panicking". There were a few laughs as I explained that we would do the reading and grammar while I sorted out the listening CDs Fortunately I had a new teacher helping me invigilate so could leave the students with him while I headed to the office to sort out the mess. Now I am not technologically minded so had to look to other helpful teachers to reconvert files and re-burn CDs then headed back to the classroom. My ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoevenpick Hotel Saigon Ho Chi Minh City
It's a small hotel, with a small pool, a bar and fitness centre. However the rooms were really comfortable, nice design with huge windows which I absolutely love. There's a Japanese restaurant downstairs and a little cafe with great seats.
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