AVA hotel Saigon

51 Thu Khoa Huan Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 51 Thu Khoa Huan Street, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Central Post Office, Reunification Palace (Hoi Truong Thong Nhat), and Saigon Opera House (Ho Chi Minh Municipal Theater).
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

Driving into the storm

A travel blog entry by charlyhurford on May 22, 2014

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Life is all about the give and take and here is how Vietnam has weighed up for me... Vietnam has taken from me at one time or another, sometimes all at once; My entire stomach contents in the course of one night A significant number of layers of skin So many brain cells it's amazing I have any left Half a tooth The proper use of my right ankle Vietnam has however given me; Some beautiful views Some amazing memories Some wonderful people (especially those that helped with the loss of ...


A travel blog entry by grahamb123 on May 16, 2014

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... have lost count of how any we have seen but it runs into hundreds. Mid morning we turned inland and picked up the first friendly breeze since we came over the mountains. Once away from the coast we were back into temperate area so to speak, paddy fields and bamboo. We made such good time we passed today's scheduled overnight stop about 12 and decided to press on, the breeze was giving us about 20 mph speed so Saigon seemed possible. Just as ...

One Sided History

A travel blog entry by nathanmills on May 04, 2014

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... living and prenatal.

Most the of exhibits where extremely graphic, however I had seen some of the higher impact pictures before so I was a little desensitized. In addition to this a lot of the photographs where hammering home the same point, i.e. hundreds of photos of babies affected by Agent Orange and other defoliants.

Went up to the rooftop bar to play some pool, took some photos of the skyline.

Officially My Home

A travel blog entry by philandley on May 01, 2014

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... was to be carried out in England we would put up signs 3 months in advance warning of possible disruptions, the roads would be closed, traffic lights would put up, and speed restrictions put in place. But the Saigon street sweepers have no such luxury. They are simply cast of the street and told to fend for themselves. It takes a brave person (or maybe desperate) to do this work and I commend their contribution to making this City such a (relatively) ...

Good morning Vietnam

A travel blog entry by rachaelmason on Apr 13, 2014

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... drives at you. I thought the Cambodian roads were bad but these were on another scale. (See Video) You do get used to it quite quickly however and it becomes quite fun when you are cycled into the middle of a junction and everyone is weaving around you. Our drivers took us to a war museum, an art gallery, a beautiful post office and the Notre dame cathedral. Poor Christie didn't have a clue what was going on. She asked if we were in a Post office when we were in the ...