We woke up early to eat the hotel’s buffet breakfast, which again, was very good. We met with our tour guide, Son, who was tasked with showing us around the city. First, we explored a Buddhist Pagoda where we saw people worshipping the shrines of Buddha. We then went to explore the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. It was a fantastic series of buildings where President Ho Chi Minh lives for about 11 years. We toured the burial place where they keep his body, secured by Vietnamese military guards. We then toured about the grounds where he used to live and explored his two homes. After, we had an awesome lunch, at least seven courses. We explored the Museum of Ethology before going back to the hotel. We had a few minutes to rest and then took a 40 minute ride by rickshaw. Rickshaws are driven by bicycles but instead of one wheel in the front there are two wheels attached to a carriage that you sit in. It was fun, but I did feel lazy. We rode the rickshaw to the water puppet show which was very cultural and neat to see. After walking back to the hotel we had dinner and retired for the evening.