Tulips Hotel Saigon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Tulips Hotel Saigon Ho Chi Minh City
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... sad, depressing and eye opening. From there we headed around the city, enjoying the sites and mostly gawking in disbelief at the driving. When it was time to pay the nice guy for his service he had originally told Milt to "pay whatever you want". Us being generous gave him $25 for the two of them. The guy then told us that it was actually $50 each. We argued a ...
... just outside of the city which Aoife had been dying to do! We got a good few hours of sun before torrential rain, but we stayed a bit longer as the park just deserted in the rain but it was still pretty warm! It was also a pretty good water park for the price as many of the rides were pretty scary to ...
... we retreated to our hotel.
I would like to thank Darren and Tram for inviting us to Danang. It was a grand occasion with no blemishes (apart from the rain) and many highlights. It was a pleasure meeting Des and Roma (Darren’s parents) and a gap-toothed Jeremy. I wish Darren, Trang and their children great happiness in the future - in Australia or wherever else they may choose to settle.
Kevin Mulqueen July 1st 2014
... family, who still used a wood fire oven to cook with. The next day, we were lucky enough to hire a private boat to take us along the Mekong delta through the canals and into local villages. We experienced the floating market where locals gather items in their boats to sell and trade goods on the water. We jumped into a boat full of fruit and were greeted by the sweetest lady who kept giving us different fruit to try. We bought a whole bag full of exotic fruits including ...
... market was your typical Asian market, it was massive and had hundreds of stalls selling things like bags, t shirts, loads of food stalls. Gemma had fun haggling for bracelets, a money belt and a purse. The money melt started at 250 and Gemma got it for 100, the woman selling was not impressed we found it hilarious. When we left the market it was raining lightly so we thought we would get a cycle taxi back. Once we got on ...