My friend Susan Bellinger toured Viet Nam in January with her husband and two daughters. Oh the places she does go, and the doors she does find. Thank you, Susan!
Above, note the pretty door on the INSIDE of the ladies room at a pizza restaurant in the Thai Dien District in Saigon. Susan reports that the outside of the door was quite plain.
Here’s the ladies room door at the Breco and Bread Coffee House in Da Nang.
Look at the lively entrance to the restrooms at the Shamrock Irish Pub in Hoi An, Vietnam.
Here are signs for the public bathrooms in Hoi An.
Look at the colorful and very personal walls of the ladies room at Monsieur Crepes in Da Nang.
And study carefully to see what Susan’s daughter, Beth, inscribed for us while in that potty.
A sign indicating the toilets at the Bikini Bottom, a brunch restaurant in Da Nang. Interesting name for a restaurant…
Neon green lights the way at the Downtown Cafe and Restaurant in Hanoi.
Here are the rules!
This is the ladies room sign at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi.
And look at the easygoing art on the bathroom door at The Railway Cafe in Hanoi.
Ah, note another nod from far away Viet Nam to Friend for the Ride.
This silhouette watches over the entrance to the Hoa Lo Prison visitor bathroom in Hanoi.
These clever cups mark hers and his at the Joma Bakery Cafe in Hanoi.
Simple is the style at the Pizza 4P in Hanoi.
More rules. Note there is no standing on the toilet. That posture on a toilet would never cross my mind.
Here’s the lovely floral sign at the Hum Cafe and Restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City.
I love the toilet paper holder.
Communal sinks are great. You can open the bathroom door and then wash your hands.
This was taken at a street fair market in Ho Chi Minh City. Lots going on here.
Susan’s daughter Beth sent me these from the Siem Reap airport in Cambodia. Beth said goodbye to her parents and sister in Viet Nam and then visited Angkor Wat.
And Susan’s younger daughter Gwen sent this photo. Gwen writes: “Here’s the photo of my mom from The Railway Cafe in Hanoi. She is actually going up these stairs to check out the bathrooms and take pictures for you!”
Thank you, Susan and Beth and Gwen. Loved getting your messages with these wonderful photos attached.
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