Petro House Hotel

Address: 63 Tran Hung Dao , Vung Tau, Vietnam | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 63 Tran Hung Dao , Vung Tau.
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      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Oct 28, 2014

      49 photos

      ... decision.

      Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam. Though the government wanted to eradicate the name Saigon, the city's centered is still referred to as Saigon. Hanoi is the seat of the government, but is the economic center and pursuit of money drives this town.

      Motorbikes are the cheapest way to travel and most families own two bikes. One bike can legally carry two adults and two children. Remember ...

      At Sea

      A travel blog entry by steve874 on Mar 14, 2014

      A lazy morning today, neither of us woke up until 9:15 :-) so we were showered and in Cafe Bordeaux for a late breakfast at 10:30, then upon deck 13. It's another glorious day with a temp in the low 30's with a bit of a breeze. Overnight we sailed into the initial search area for the missing plane, then the noon announcement gave us as 80 miles from the Southern tip of Vietnam and entering the Gulf ...

      Vung Tau market - Temples - and sunset on the Sea

      A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Feb 08, 2014

      49 photos

      ... on. Huyen Hoan asked if we wanted to play the game (it is not a religious game), but we declined.

      We drove along the shore as evening fell, and the kids went to a carnival while Peter and I sat along the break winds on the seashore, where we watched fishers bring in nets and unload their catch of the day. Some of them loaded fish into large baskets on the ends of poles, and off they rode ...

      Nui Dat

      A travel blog entry by sharyn.lidster on Sep 28, 2013

      19 photos

      A big day of driving through hectic traffic with a driver who for some unknown reason kept pumping the accelerator every 2 seconds (i timed it). I was feeling very ill by the time we arrived at Ba Ria to be met by our government appointed guide. Then we continued to the areas where Australians and New Zealanders served during the war . the Australian base is now a grassy hill with craters scattered about ...

      Holy Heat and Our Home

      A travel blog entry by adamlauradoasia on Apr 09, 2013

      16 photos

      ... and millions of motorbikes, and you got yourself a pressure cooker! It's been a bit of a struggle to get used to, but we are doing our best to cope by drinking countless liters of water each day along with two of our new favourite beverages (sugar cane juice and fruit shakes - all for $1 or less). Aside from the temperature, we've also been missing our "Canadian" life a bit the last week or so. We are still happy to be here, but also love what we have left behind. That ...