Mifuki Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
It was a long journey here from Chau Doc, we were collected by our private bus at 7am to ensure that when we get to the ferry to cross the river there wouldn't be a huge queue and this worked as we were first on - hooray!! It is a funny sight to see all the mopeds/motorbikes queueing up to get on the boat and be at the front of the ferry. The …
... in their rooms so there was a bit of to and for getting it all organised. I went on the bus to do a head count, but there were still 2 people missing. I ran into the lobby, and there they were thankfully just in time. I wished everybody well for their flight and made a departure, then let them go. I was on the afternoon flight.
This was good as I had a couple of hours to breathe easy, and have breakfast. After so much running around you'd think I'd be hungry but all I could ...
... as he’s got a couple of spare ones. I’m a bit shocked and thank him a thousand times. We queue up to get in and can’t believe our luck. We’re in and we find our seats, still 10 minutes to spare before the game starts. At last I get to watch the All Blacks! The seats are high-up and near the try line. We’re in the olympic stadium and there’s a crowd of 68,000. Ioan is excited to watch the All Blacks do the haka. The game starts and we still ...
... he was fighting on the side of the Government of South Vietnam, alongside the Americans. He wasn't fighting at the Cu Chi tunnels though but at the Mekong Delta, a fact he repeated to us throughout the day. Jackie said that today he had the opportunity to talk to us for 6 hours and it was soon evident that he wasn't joking... It was very good to learn about the structure of the tunnels and a bit about who lived in them, how they lived in tunnels for 26 years and what they ...
... it was time to explore. First stop the tallest building. Up 49 floors to a magnificient 360 degree view of the city just as the sun was setting. Got my bearings, found the hotel and ferry terminals which I will need to get to tomorrow. Lots of snaps, not up to Brad's quality, but something to remember it by. Then to a small french cafe on a busy corner to soak up the sights and sounds while sipping a very good margaritta. Convinced to then have a pedicure ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
What a gorgeous hotel, room is fantastic with free wifi and the bathroom is fabulous - great shower. Location is perfect right next to the AB Tower and a 10 min walk to all the bars & restaurants
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