City Star Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for Ho Chi Minh in the North created a perfect storm. The US took over the reigns in 1965 and the French influence evaporated. There followed one of the most expensive wars in history and as we all know the Viet Cong and Ho Chi Minh ultimately prevailed in 1975 when the Government in Saigon surrendered. Following the War Remnant Museum we went to the Cu Chi tunnel complex, some 70K North of Saigon. This infamous underground network originated in the 50's to enable the Vietnamese ...
... Hyatt was about the same price as at home, but the ambiance was very relaxing and I enjoyed a little pampering for a couple of hours. Alternatively Ken hit the gym, so we both felt rejuvenated!
The rest of the day was spent lounging by the pool, taking a nap, reading and getting ready for our evening activity… a motor bike foodie tour of the back alleys of Ho Chi Minh City (run by XO Tours); After doing some research this sounded like a ...
... getting into them and the went all the way to the Cambodian border. Whole villages lived underground to avoid the bombing and being caught by the Americans. The hand many entrances and went 12 meters deep they were on 3 levels with everything taking place underground, they had hospitals, kitchens and munitions rooms as well as living quarters and connection routes between villages, all the tunnels were connected via different routes. To protect themselves the made the ...
... I can't believe that people lived in and travelled around in them for so long, NIcole, Mat and Me crawled through about a 200 metre section and it was as a tight as a tiger. Our guide was a war veteran who used Initially was an interpreter for the U.S. Army and then he became a South Vietnam Officer, he was Reducated by the North Vietnamese for 3 years after the end of the war. He was amazing, loads of stories and you can see how emotional he was getting even ...
... is just super neat. I'll try to upload a picture since it's very hard to explain.
So I got on the bus and eventually we were off. I read a little, slept a little and played on my phone a little. I hung my important documents around my neck under my clothes like I always do while sleeping in transit. This time that also included my phone. The company I was with has a reputation for being good about your pack, so my Surface was safely locked ...