If shopping isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other sites to see. The Reunification Palace is interesting as is the Post Office with its beautiful French inspired architecture and Notre Dame with its towering steeples. Ho Chi Mihn sits in a restful garden near the lovely opera house.
The War Remnants Museum draws many visitors, however, in view of its very one sided presentation of a war many of us Americans didn’t like and that represented lost friends, it’s a little hard to take. A few minutes and I was out of there. Enough said!
The best thing about Saigon was getting to meet Jeanne who writes Collage of Life which was one of my first introductions to the world of blogs. We spent a delightful morning peeking into some of her favorite places and trying to crowd much conversation into a short period of time. Isn’t it amazing what doors open through our blogs?
Saigon is the last stop for us on this incredible journey and you know what, I think it’s time to think about going home. I am so glad we shared the adventure together.
i so appreciate your visit and the comments you leave behind