Kim Yen Hotel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... history and so much to do from snorkeling to hiking to canyoning. We went from North to South in two weeks along the coast but it was too rushed looking back a month at least would have been needed to fit in what we wanted. We missed out on Sapa, Hue, Dalat and Mui Ne all of which we wanted to visit and we would have loved to stay in Hoi An longer. We will just have to come back!! ...
Today was International Workers' Day, but although a public holiday we had been told most touristy things would still be open. As our hotel is in District 1, this has showed as our location. We have found that although the city was renamed Ho Chi Minh City with the country's reunification in 1975, most still refer to it as Saigon. The city was known as the "Paris of Asia" for its wide boulevards, trees and French villas, but now, with a population of nearly ...
... of this smoking habits! Finally tracked, we boarded the train, now we had heard some major horror stories from previous groups so were apprehensive to say the least! With an image of a million cockroaches and stained bed linen we were pleasantly surprised to find our little cabin, it's four people per cabin and even though there is absolutely no room, it's in a much better state then expected, yet to discover how possible it is to sleep on yet so ill update on that front ...
... that always means good byes,which make me sad.However,we have a date set next summer with Eddy and Cathy to come out to Canada,and then we will go spend time with them in Europe the following year,so we leave Nah Trang with lots of great memories,and loads of excitement for good times to come! We really did have a lot of laughs,and a couple of great days,one at the mud baths again,and then a day trip to Monkey Island,before we settled in and just beached it,as well ...
... town we stopped at some paddy fields, a noodle making shop, and crossed a ludicrously small bamboo bridge clearly not built for western weight! The lady driving the boat made me a bouquet of flowers out of bamboo which was really quite impressive as she was driving a boat at the same time!
Once back in Can Tho, we hopped straight on the bus to Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon as most people still call it, and a very nice lady helped us get the local bus ...