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Vietnam Rail Tours DVD

FRANKO'S Rail Tours of Vietnam

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Frank O’Brien served in Vietnam as an Australian soldier/linguist in 1969/70. He ventured back 20 years later, visiting Ha Noi then flying south to see Ho Chi Minh City (Sai Gon). It was another world. Later, in 1992, he travelled aboard Dorothy Button’s inaugural "Train Tour of Vietnam" from Sai Gon to Ha Noi and knew immediately that the privately chartered train held all the advantages over car/coach/plane that he experienced in 1989. Everyone could relax, move about freely, and see the countryside on both sides of the train. It was fantastic!

The train was pretty basic back in those days but it was comfortable, private and secure. Reading a book, having a beer/wine/coffee, a meal, a game of cards, a sleep or simply observing & photographing the ever-changing scenes ...all loved it. Today it’s even better.

FRANKO'S rail cars are fully air-conditioned with double glazed windows, western toilets & wash rooms, soft bedding, daily fresh bed linen & towels, complimentary water and fresh flowers. And that’s just the Sleeper Cars! The Dining Car becomes your place to relax, enjoy a drink, a snack or join a party. There’s a bar, service staff, soft cafe seating, complimentary fruit snacks and a DVD/TV/CD entertainment system.

In 2009, FRANKO'S introduced Superior Class Rail Tours with the addition of a 2nd Sleeper Car, thus providing a four berth Sleeper Cabin to every two persons on tour. More room, more privacy, more comfort.

Order this DVD today and see for yourself why FRANKO'S Rail Tours are the best way to see Vietnam.



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