Orchid International Hotel

Address: 29 A Thai Van Lung St. 1st Dist., Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 29 A Thai Van Lung St. 1st Dist., Ho Chi Minh City, is near Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, and Hotel de Ville.
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

Getting to Know Saigon

A travel blog entry by erinanded on Aug 05, 2015

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... more.  Please excuse me if you already know this, but I did not.  Ed and I have been wondering how much of the original Saigon was destroyed for example.   Well, I learned today that the war really ended with the taking of Saigon by the North Vietnamese.  The city experienced some damage of course when it was surrounded by 100,000 of the North Vietnamese fighters and they drove their tanks into the city, but it was not entirely destroyed.   The ...

Ho Chi Minh

A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on Jun 27, 2015

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... etc aswell although the tunnels were only really small. They made fake ant hills which actually served as small wholes to let the air and oxygen in the tunnels and there was a lack of that underground and most of the time was spent laying still so they didn't pass out! They wore their shoes back to front so the enemy thought they were going going the opposite way. It was so clever! We then went to the shooting range which we could hear when we were ...

Manila Ice

A travel blog entry by alec_soper on Jun 19, 2015

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... then ate cheese at another place, before meandering around the hookers and the like back to the little oasis that was our hotel. On Thursday we got a cab down to Rizal Park, then wandered over into Intramuros, the old walled part of the city. The place was pretty much levelled during world war 2, although most of the buildings damaged have been restored. It was a pretty little place, very different from the modernity of Makati. We walked through to Fort Santiago, a citadel ...

A warm place to shit

A travel blog entry by mulqueen on May 23, 2015

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... these critics are blind to the poem’s primal power. Don’t they see that the repetition is meaningful? It emphasizes the poet’s desperation. Also, each line should be spoken differently – beginning quietly, then more loudly, working up to a crescendo of desperation at the end. Somebody with a great speaking voice – a Ric*********** or a Gielgud or an Olivier – would give each line the subtly different ...

Severed elephants feet and craft beer

A travel blog entry by mattoria on May 21, 2015

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... the UK for over 10 years.

Good morning (and Goodbye) Vietnam:

And so, with the memories of the Emergency Room still imprinted in our minds, it was off to pastures new. Vietnam has been just awesome; we left with a few regrets, mainly that we hadn't scheduled another week or two. Thankfully we had the excitement of Hong Kong and the beautiful face of Helen F to cheer us up. But that's a story for another entry.