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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... out all day, I ordered room service one again and a bottle of Red and fell asleep in my beautiful bed. Was an awesome day and was worth the small cost.
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Photo of a man trying to get out of one of the holes!
... women, want to be pale skinned (they go to the beach at 4am!), wish for 'high' (?) noses, and very large eyes. All the men drink too much beer, crash their scooters and don't do enough looking after the children. So......women worried about their appearance and men drinking too much - sounds the same the world over.
Arrived At Ho Chi Minh this afternoon - also known as Saigon. ...
... World Cup final, fell in the pool in the bar and inadvertently started a pool party when I pretended it was on purpose, and had a really good Indian curry :)! We are all geared up to start cycling Friday and I can't wait! We have planned in some train journeys to break up the cycling into chunks - our toughest stint will be around Sa Pa. Sa Pa looks incredible and the very north is supposed to be one of the most beautiful areas...however ...
... that I was bursting with excitement to see my friends from home, Kirsty and Jess were due to land in HCMC that evening and I couldn't wait! We had big reunion hugs and headed out for beers - this is becoming a reoccurring theme of my travels, all there is to do at night is drink. Our hangovers were nursed by a pamper day, we went shopping, had our nails done and had very interesting massages. There was the promise of relaxation, ...
... we eventually realised it was only Friday, no wonder the traffic was so bad, we had hit Friday rush hour in saigon! Today's little adventure consisted of finding packing materials for the bikes. After reading other peoples experiences the post office seemed the best place to start as "they will pack anything". Well "anything" didn't include mud splattered touring bikes. Back to square one. After a bit of ...