Tan Hai Long Hotel 3
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTan Hai Long Hotel 3 Ho Chi Minh City
First night was upgraded to a VIP room with a nice balcony view for the one night because our booked room was occupied. The next day, we were shown to our booked room - a third of the size, with 2 tiny windows facing neighbouring building walls one metre away. So we paid extra to stay in the VIP room..haggled the price down with the manager!! We came to a decent agreement.
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... them. All 3 of us loved it although none of us were good at it. We 100% feel real like real men now that we've shot a gun. But how people did that day in day out in the war I have no idea. Then we did the tunnels. The actual tunnels used by the locals at the time were 20x40cm!!!! How the hell did the fit and travel around in that. We went into the tourist tunnel which was 40x80cm but still a ridiculously tight fit. Sagar couldn't do ...
... of 1945. Following our visit to the museum, we made our way to the Saigon River. Along the way, we stopped to admire the statue of Ho Chi Minh, a Vietnamese ruler who helped the Vietnamese battle French colonial rule. Once we made it to the river, we enjoyed watching locals walking and organizing tours for the day. The Saigon River, we learned, is home to many tourist boat cruises that take you to popular tourist destinations in the city. We then made our way to the Bixteco ...
... reminder that we were in a communist state was a hammer and sickle flag waving from a lamppost across the street. With contradictions like this I can't even pretend to understand the complex politics at play in Vietnam. Visiting the Remnants of War museum was, like the Killing Fields and Genocide Museum only the day before, not exactly an enjoyable experience, but entirely captivating. The human cost of the war was shown in a remarkably balanced way, and I was reminded how recently ...
It was another early start. We had to be at the tourist information centre at 7am, luckily it was 2 shops down from our hotel, so it wasn't like it was far. It was just really early. Again.
We left for the Cu Chi tunnels at 7.45am (after purchasing baguettes and water from a vendor across the road). It was a 2 hour journey to the tunnels: not because it was far, but because the traffic in Ho Chi Minh City was a bit mad.
We arrived there after ...
... towards Cu Chi, again. Ben was not happy. Finally, we arrive at 4:15. Andy looks and says again, "I think this is it." The gatekeeper welcomes us. We enter the office area. We are directed to a table. Tea was prepared. "Luo" read the note. She asked Ben's name at birth and birth date. She showed to another. Then she gave us a tour. The first area was a group of disabled kids 4-10 eating. Some waived. Then we went to a room of younger disabled children. Then ...