Saigon Royal Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Saigon Royal Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
It was an epic effort and mad rush but we made it to the plane and to Ho Chi Minh in one piece. After a walk around town to find some spring rolls for dinner we chilled out with a can or two of 333 beer and caught up on some sleep.
... original banh mi sticks and those of the succeeding copycat vendors. They are all the same. There is usually only a slight difference in the quality of Pate that they spread inside the baguettes, and how crunchy the baguettes are. You can always lightly re- toast the baguettes at home, then any difference is darn gone. You can also add a thin layer of pickles to enhance the taste, but that 's all you can do. After a while, the people got tired of it and went back to ...
... the card for 3 items instead of the 2 that were ordered. I called the card company and enquires and they said one was pending whereas the other 2 had posted so more than likely it wouldn't go through. I'll have to keep an eye on it. After that we ended up napping and only waking up around 5pm or so. We left the room to explore the area some more and soon were seated at a little place serving local food on the roadside. We were sitting next to a westerner and soon we were ...
... such an enjoyable time at there. It was hard leaving there but the 3 men had to get on with other commitments. So back into a cab and we were dropped off at our hotel where I had a1 hr nap. About 4 pm Phil and I headed out on foot to find the Benh Vien market. Loved the colorful clothes, fabrics, scarves, children's things and interesting food items. Fortunately we just stepped inside and the heavens opened. ...
Ho Chi Minh city in the South is a world away from the charm of Hanoi in the north, and far more characteristic of a capital city than the former too.
Our first glimpse of the city was as our bus arrived 3 hours early at 4am, with the night cafés beginning to pack up their chairs and a strange amount of early risers out exercising. Confused and bleary eyed, ...