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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Landmark Ho Chi Minh City
Clean, great breakfast and central location. But most of all such service minded staff! They really went bout of their way to help us and we ended up booking our Halong bay trip through them as well, also ended up being great!
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... It is well endowed with wood carvings extensively decorating the various rooms whose significance would require a degree of research. Obvously relating stories of significance through the history of the Buddhist religion.
After a bite to eat we still had time to kill waiting on the Museum to open.
Its features included a lot of ceramics dating back to the 8th Century. ...
... 10.00 we end up getting to our hotel at a cost of just $2.00, insisting on the meter. There is a lift at our hotel, but as with many hotels here, there are 9-10 stairs from the street to the lobby. Fortunately there is a bellman on early duty and he carries our bags up to the lobby and helps us up to our room as well. We arrive just in time for breakfast at like 6:00am..so we have a little breakfast and take a nap in our room. Basically we're like Zombie tired the whole day. ...
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... Saigon Square is near the Benh Tranh Market!! We contemplated getting a taxi but we did eat KFC twice in a row so we braved the 3 mile walk back to the market with making a pit stop at Highlands coffee for an iced cappuccino. 6 miles later we made it to Saigon Square! This place is bursting with people and it seems like we are one of the very few tourists here. This place is a 3 story building with hundreds of clothes, shoes, handbags, and electronics. We started on one end and ...
... all of the traffic. It.was rather humid so we fancied ice cream. Oh how convenient, a mcdonalds. So we had a mcflurry, obviously a classic all around the world. We made it to the market, mostly cheap rubbish but I managed to get some fake raybans that apparently will never break. Righty oh.
Peckish again, we grabbed some crisps and sat in the park across from the hostel. Just ...