We visted here early one morning and in all honesty did not have to queue very long. Whilst in the queue though we noticed a young girl sweeping up leaves and if one was to fall this was quickly dealt with - the grounds were emaculate and lovely to look at whilst waiting. Obviously this monument is very well guarded and you have to be so careful as you have to 'cover up' arms and not wear shorts above the knee. Went entering you are not allowed to speak and must keep moving which is watched over by the guards - all very smart in their white uniforms. Once inside you file past the body of 'Uncle Ho' but you are not allowed to stop for a second as you are ushered on. I found the experience to be very moving although regimented. Afterwards we walked around the grounds and then made our way to the one pillar pagoda. Well worth a visit as it's history that we remember.
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