Thien Xuan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and bought a few more things. Made my tracks back to the hotel to relax for a bit before getting ready for dinner with Leigh Ann and her friend from Tokyo. With the power of google maps, I looked up the location of the restaurant, located in the Japanese area. I got myself all ready to go and made my way to the restaurant, Quan Bui. We were seated on the rooftop which was nice. The food was okay, although we didn't get one ...
... pas l'expérience que j'ai eu à Hanoï. C'est vrai que les gens y sont plus réservés mais ils ont le sourire facile et l'accueil y est chaleureux. J'ai eu une longue conversation avec le Directeur du Centre de pastorale diocésaine où je loge. D'emblée il m'a dit: "Merci aux communistes de nous avoir enlevés nos écoles, nos hôpitaux, etc. Ils nous ont forcés à revenir à l'essentiel." Je lui ...
... of the 0deck is probably the engines etc. The first floor has the dining room at one end and cabins with twin balconies. The second floor - our spot - has the lounge (and free alcohol and diet coke) and rooms. Ours is right up near the front of the boat. The third floor is meant to be the better one and has the deck above the lounge and then cabins (including the Captain's.) Next was the drill where we all donned life ...
... not self healing or amenable to herbal remedies you died......and quickly because anyone deemed to be untreatable was terminated to minimise suffering.
This piece of history was completed by a visit to the Palace of Reunification, formerly the administrative centre of the South's government and where the President together with the U.S. Commanders orchestrated the war. The Palace is surrounded by beautiful gardens and it feels like you just arrived ...
... me from showing her any more, even if the content was entirely too disturbing. Luckily there was a play room perfect for them (if a little controlled by the fun police) so they had a ball (but please no throwing of) while Geoff and I tagged teamed it around the rest of the museum. Always interesting to see a war from 'the other side', although we came away not entirely convinced that their depiction was in the best interests of a 'harmonious' ...