Moevenpick Hotel Saigon
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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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... where we held our breath a bit! Our Hotel in Saigon is Liberty Central, and it's quite new, and very modern ( Anne was quick to pull down the blind on the glass wall of the shower ). We had a quick look around and then went out for a walk, and at least there were a couple of pedestrian crossings, so even though they don't take much notice of them, you feel a bit safer crossing the road! Our driver had told us about a restaurant called BBQ Garden, not too ...
... don't forget it was colonised by the French.) some of the sights included a notre dame style cathedral and a trip to the famous post office, where stamps are all Soviet style ones which look cool. The main attraction however was the war remnants museum, which like the one in Hanoi was a real eye opener on the war with the US. Outside are a few old US tanks and helicopters but the ...
... was a wash out, we lasted an hour or so then headed back to the boat (we didn't fancy getting struck by lightning) and after little sleep and aching muscles a nap on the boat was in order. The boat dropped us back on the island, and we caught the reverse busses and ferries back to Hanoi.
We arrived back to Hanoi in the early evening and where excited to go and watch a water puppet performance. On the way we went for bambo nam bo (beef and noodles) which was very ...
... 8211; and yes, I speak from experience.
The last stop of the night worshiped the country’s obsession with fruit and sugar. Unlike most Asian desserts I’ve had, the fruit, ice cream, and pastry combinations were pretty normal. It was mainly the variety of fruit that was special. Though, we did have durian; the fruit that is supposed to smell like rotting flesh when first opened. Since the durian came already ...
... skyscraper thing! Unfortunately Gemma didn't feel very well soon after, so we stopped at a cafe for the rest of the afternoon. We did some planning though, and booked our hostel for Phnom Penh. An early start for our bus to Cambodia tomorrow. It only takes 6 hours (depending on how long it takes to sort visas), which isn't too bad. Looking forward to a new country, Vietnam has been interesting but I think we're both ready to see somewhere ...