Nhat Ha Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Smoking rooms available
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... day they declared it in 1945, as reunification didn't happen until 1975 and the years of war were over. I remember when I first came to HCMC two years ago, there was barely any signs, literally, of communism, on the surface anyway. There was barely even a flag flying. Then as we got further north, the signs and flags started to appear. When I arrived this time, I noticed there were a lot of flags and billboards, then found out about Independence Day. I'm told, it's not really regarded ...
... off of absolutely ridiculous reasons, and they were. I knew it would not make anything better, and it didn't. I walked away in utter disbelief, with even less respect for them. I am aware that most of these horrible people keep up with my blog, and the only thing I can write about this situation with that in mind is **** YOU FOR RUINING MY ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE HERE. I say academic experience because these people are so insignificant to me that they won't ever ruin my time ...
... where you have a giant pot to cook your raw meats right in front of you (similar to the Melting Pot for all you San Diegans). This would have been such a funner experience had I actually known how to cook raw duck... Fortunately, one of our project coordinators came with us and showed us how to appropriately cook it in the vegetables and broth to keep the meat tender. I wasn't the largest fan of the black feather follicles still on the meat as I attempted ...
... impressed me. A visit to the National Gallery always included the purchase of a print or two from the Gallery shop, and these prints ended up either on my bedroom wall or, framed, in the family living-room. For several years our living-room boasted framed prints of Turner’s ‘The Fighting Temeraire’, Leonardo’s ‘The Mona Lisa’ and ‘The Virgin of the Rocks’ and Velazquez’s ‘Rokeby Venus’. This ...
... in the beach town of Mui Ne. They upgraded us to a villa suite if we would write them a review on trip advisor! Not a bad exchange!! So we chilled around the pool drinking cocktails, a little holiday from the travelling life! Went back to the same restaurant 4 times, sampling most things on the menu! On our last day we was up at 4am to catch a jeep ride to the sand dunes for sunrise. Hired a quad bike to get us to the top of the ...