Cap Town Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCap Town Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Bien pour sa catégorie. Le climatiseur est installé dans l'entrée, ce qui évite de recevoir de l'air froid en dormant. Et il est plutôt silencieux!
La salle de petit-déjeuner est exiguë mais celui-ci est très varié.
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... except a relaxing morning and trip to the airport. That is until I went to pick up our washing that had been dropped off the day before. You know how I told you about the Vietnamese and yes, yes yes! Well we had dropped off the washing and explained at length and written down that we needed it at 10am the next day. "Yes" of course was the response. Now it is 10:20am and we getting a transfer at noon and I am being told washing is not ready until 5pm, after plenty of gesticulating ...
After a 2 hour rest we were picked up at the hotel by a tour guide and car and taken on a 2.5 hr tour. We visited Notre Dame Cathedral, Jade Emperor Pagoda and the outside of the Reunification Palace. We then spent about and hour at the War Remnants Museum which was very interesting but also very sad to see the photographs of torture and the effects of Agent Orange on ...
... boxes. All very posh.
After our time in here we were then heading to the Temple at the North of the city. The heat was getting unbearable by this time and guess what. We come across a Starbucks. Dee was a happy bunny. I had a Mango shake as well. Air conditioning and comfortable.
After a good rest we were ready for the next part of our adventure. The Buddha Temple was quite difficult to find but ...
As Sally's spare room was already booked we were kindly offered a bed in the next apartment block with Lorna and Grant. Similar apartment and a lovely bed with aircon. We thanked Lorna with a delicious breakfast of fresh waffles and fruit smoothie. Taxied into town to pick up or suits then repacked and caught a taxi to the airport after our goodbyes to our wonderful hosts. Sally and Alan should really think about starting up guided tours to Vietnam we were so lucky ...
... was a bumpy bus ride out to the Cu Chi Tunnels, Cu Chi is an actual district and where the Cu Chi people lived and there are 2 areas where the Cu Chi Tunnels lie Ben Duoc and Ben Dinh which is approximately 70km north west from HCMC. The tunnels stretch for over 75 miles and where not always connected together in the intricate system they were left in. They were mostly connected by the Viet Cong when they came under their control during the ...