Sammy Hotel Vung Tau

Address: 157 Thuy Van St, Vung Tau, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 157 Thuy Van St, Vung Tau.
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      You! You eat my Pho?

      A travel blog entry by piholland on Jan 26, 2015

      ... Da Lat was much colder as we expected, people here seemed hardier and use to the conditions, along with winter coats and wooly hats we immediately noticed a much calmer vibe, their was no cry of ‘oi you buy something from my shop’ you could look at things in the market without being chased or almost man handled if you tried to leave without making a purchase. If something was worth 100,000 dong, it was priced at 100,000 not 400,000 and then ...


      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Oct 28, 2014

      49 photos

      ... is divided into five sections. The first Historical Truths is definitely slanted and aggravating in its presentation of America. The Requiem, which houses a tribute to the 134 journalists of 11 different nationalities who were killed in the Indochina War, is a collection of their photographs depicting the war. Again, the pictures were tough to see and we were reminded that the government controls the display.

      The famed ...

      First leg of our moped trip

      A travel blog entry by becmarklew on Feb 22, 2014

      9 photos

      ... and the beach was lovely, nothing like Phu Quoc though. We needed to look for a hotel/hostel so we decided to stop near the exit part of the town so its less to travel the next day. We pulled up to this motel and the owner could not speak a word of English either, so I pulled out my phrase book pointed to 'Do you have any rooms available?' She answered in Vietnamese, my face was blank! 'How much are the rooms?' I then opened the page to ...

      Vietnam at Ba Ria

      A travel blog entry by 14rankin on Feb 08, 2014

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      ... it has up to 60% alcohol content. Next house we visited make rice paper the traditional way by hands. The freshly dried rice paper is very tasty compared to the dried ones we normally get in the supermarket. Next stop was local temples which the villagers built over the last centuries. This port was a short one, we will embark 6pm tonight to Da ...

      Anzac Day in Vietnam

      A travel blog entry by bostonk on Apr 25, 2013

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      ... buses pulling in with hundreds and hundreds of Australian and New Zealanders. Not all of them we discovered later were related to the military, just proud Australians who were keen to be there and share in the experience and pay tribute.
      Boy, did that make feel good from a APOD point of view. Good to know that even beyond our own shores ex pats will make this kind of effort to pay their respects.

      For Andrew this is always a day ...