How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... THE original" of stick baguettes, all of them proudly displaying their new signs on their pushcarts. Copycats are rarely disputed in a country where they imitate every little thing. It happens a lot in SaiGon, especially with the restaurant business. (I will expound on this in another post sometime). It's a shame the original vendors didn't get the chance to obtain any Copyright Protection or Official Patent.
To be fair, there isn't much of a difference ...
... in learning.
Today, I bought a motorcycle. My own bike, my ride or die. I leave tomorrow for a a beach town called Mui Ne, and then I keep making my way north all the way to Hanoi. This seemed like the best option for me since I wanted to be in charge of my own departure times and which route I take. Vietnam has some of the most amazing road views in the world. It's a dark and early start for me tomorrow, so off to bed.
... able to walk into our hotel still by the end of the day. Phew. At 1030 friends came by in a cab and collected us. We needed to go get some Vietnamese dong. Then we walked to the old post office. Quite nice. Bright yellow outside. Lovely inside and very busy. We then caught another cab to go to our luncheon appointment. We met 3 l9vely ladies. They brought pizza and coke in for our lunch. Also served aloe drink. ...
... breakfast, yet very sustaining and as it is not overly flavoured it is easy to take early in the morning. In Laos we were thrown in at the deep end straight away with 2 nights spent in villages which meant dinner, breakfast, lunch, dinner and breakfast in a row all consisting of essentially the same food. I realised how important variation in our diet is for westerners, we require different sorts of food at each meal. A varying combination of rice, fish, stir fried greens ...
... was in the middle of no where and Hue - Hoi An ... well you know what happened there). Time was unfortunately against me. There is a lot of Southern Vietnam that I would love to visit but as I only had 2 weeks to get through Vietnam, I had to by pass them. Some places like Nha Trang, I did not mind missing too much as I was told by multiple travelers and I quote "It is overpriced and full of Russians", however skipping Mun Nhe (the biggest dessert in Vietnam), Da Lat ...