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helped to kill. There is nothing fun or funny about that.
I feel smarter but a little bit depressed.
Yesterday we started the day at the Reunification Palace which is very
close to the hotel. The South Vietnamese called it Independence Palace.
Diem was the first resident. It was bombed in 1962 and before it
was rebuilt Diem was assassinated. Thieu got to live in the palace
... headed out the back and towards the church. It was huge, much bigger than the Nha Trang cathedral, it was beautifully designed, with decorative gardens at the front, it was also closed! This is the first catholic church I have ever seen which closes for two hours for lunch!
We took a few pictures of the outside and then moved over the road to the Post Office. Now I know this doesn’t exactly sound Rock n Roll, but ...
... it to the west where 'no money = no hunny!'.lol lol The Cu Chi tunnels were scary. I went into it and lasted 40m...9minutes. It's was dark and narrow and I found it so difficult to breathe. Vietnamese soldiers lived there for 9 years during the war. There were examples of booby traps that were used by the Vietnamese guerrillas during the war. I truly hate anything to do with ...
... speak English was interesting...good thing he understood my sign language for "no money." he did get lost and stopped three times for directions but we made it. I was in a room with 9 people total but move this afternoon to another room with fewer people, but I'm still on the top bunk! The house is big, I will be on the fourth floor and the rooftop sitting area and laundry is on ...
... start and we headed down for an overnight stay on the Mekong Delta, and lobbed at a place called Can Tho and boarded a very nice boat for a trip to Cau Be. The Mekong has two huge main channels, and we travelled across a channel from one channel to the other (south to north, kind of). Glad we did, because the mighty Mekong is kilometres across in some parts, and I was very keen to see life going on around the edges, so to speak. The first sight of it gives rise to ...
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- Room service
- Free parking