Thien Thao Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hi folks On return to Hanoi from Sapa, we stayed at a different hotel where we were due to meet the new group for the food tour at 6 pm. The new hotel was near West Lake and a bit outside the frenetic old quarter - still busy though, like all of Hanoi. We used the day to visit the Ethnographic Museum of Vietnam, some 7 km from the centre, and the Ho Chi Minh Memorial complex that dominates the NW quadrant of central Hanoi. The ...
... rated pizza joint for dinner and it was fantastic. The favorite was the margarita pizza with prosciutto and a full buratta cheese on top. It is 8:30 PM, Jona and I are tucked up in bed, listening to some very unfortunate Vietnamese karoeke whilst cruising down the Mekong. It is day 2 of our lower Mekong cruise and while it has been one of our most favorite experiences, we are ready to be clean and non-sticky for more than five minutes after our shower is over. ...
... those gates and think how things had once been. Back at the guesthouse, we settled down for a quiet afternoon of blogging and dinner. When I got stuck on a word, it turned out to be a perfect introduction to our table neighbours - Lauren and Ed (Didsbury originally and Melbourne now) and Georgia (Melbourne). Having met a fellow Mancs and an Aussie, conversation ensued and suddenly it was happy hour and the rest became pub crawl history. We didn't hold out until the reggae bar ...
is a crazy and energetic city. But what is it exactly that makes it so popular?
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the wonderful cafes, the smiles from the locals, the vibrant night life, the
fact that most of the population is made up of young people, plus the huge
abundance of motorcycles, and the simply inimitable street food.
... like a sales tour to an extent, we ended up visiting a candy workshop, a floating market, a honey farm and it was all about pushy sales pitches at the end to make you buy the products to help the local community. A bit of guilt tripping involved but thankfully being in such a large tour group elevated the pressure of buying somewhat. The scenery here was superb and as it was the second time we had visited the Mekong this trip (first time in Kratie) it was interesting to see ...