City Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on some of that manure for my garden. Coffee time; we only asked for a medium; got a pint each, lucky we didn't ask for large. It was nice though. Phil then went to an art shop he was looking at last night to buy a painting. Used their wifi to show his wife the paintings on Skype and got the tick of approval for the one they liked. Modern technology is great. Then to our favourite Pho' for lunch. ...
it’s Friday morning and I’m sitting at Abu Dhabi airport waiting for our last flight to Vietnam (there will be one more flight tomorrow inside the Vietnam…). I’m tired from the travelling, I need some vacation :D Previous flight was good, no crashes, no falling :D … but it was long.
Airport at Abu Dhabi is kinda in reconstruction and mostly you’re travelling by bus from and to your plane. Inside the ...
... market near Can Tho. It was very cool to see people selling goods from boats. Each boat had a long bamboo stick that displayed the products they sold. We climbed onto the pineapple boat and he carved us a pineapple Popsicle. We visited a pagoda on Can Tho then said goodbye to our guide. We had coffee where one of the young waiters asked us "foreigners" to go for coffee with him when his shift was over. We politely declined so he decided to have a long ...
... main purpose is to drive home the brutality of war, and the devastating effects of Agent Orange and its toxic dioxins, which still cause many disabilities today, especially in the north where the concentration of Agent Orange's use was greatest. There were many photos of the children who are living today with the effects of dioxin disability, and how they are being supported.
The remainder of the museum was dedicated to what the US did during the war, including the massacres of ...
... there was a luffa hanging on the wall, which I considered, but thought that wouldn't be so polite to use after they offered us their bathroom. So we just had to hope for the best and ran back on the bus after he was done. We were feeling pretty grimy after being in the jungle for a day and then crawling through the tunnels in the morning so we were glad to be back in the hotel to have a shower. While the rest relaxed, I wanted to walk to the site of the American ...