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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... trip highlights here include visiting the first university in Vietnam, now called The Temple of Literature; riding bikes to nowhere in Tam Coc before purchasing ponchos to keep ourselves dry on the boat ride through the river valley affectionately referred to as HaLong On Land. Paddling through darkness, it was here I realized I have an irrational fear of bats. I say this because when I had a slight panic attack in the Cu Chi tunnels last year, the bat was flying at my ...
... of the mausoleum. After exiting the mausoleum I walked around the grounds and found the gorgeous yellow Presidential Palace, an Italianate Renaissance style palace built for the Indochina's governor general. I was able to see parts of the building and grounds, however I didn't get far because it is a government building is actually currently used for it's affairs, and is off limits for visitors. I decided since I saw Ho's body earlier, I would dedicate ...
... shopping centre (with very nice toilets which is a bonus moment when travelling), which is no cheaper than home and on the border of the Old Quarter and the French Quarter.
The visual difference between the two quarters is instantly significant. In the French Quarter there is definitely a strong influence in the architecture, and the streets are probably about three times wider than those in the Old Quarter.
While in the neighbourhood I saw many art galleries with ...
... there are 30,000 of them in every British pound, so I am literally a millionaire in this country. Delboy and Rodders should've just emigrated. Moreover, the Dongs actually fit in my fun size wallet! I met a Brazilian guy in my hostel room. Naturally we talked about where we were from and he said that upon seeing me he thought I might've been Middle Eastern. 'Nope I'm British.' 'And your family doesn't come from like Turkey or anything?' 'Nope, ...
... a lake is the most ridiculous thing any of us has said tonight.
Vietnamese egg coffee / egg hot chocolate. It’s a good thing we only discovered it on our last day because we went back twice. Egg white whipped with what tasted like a boat-load of sugar into a rich, thick, foamy custard, mixed with a half inch of hot chocolate or coffee and eaten with a spoon from a darling cup in a bowl of hot water.
It’s a good way to close our Vietnamese ...