Golden Silk Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Silk Boutique Hotel Hanoi
Smaller rooms than expected. The double is a bit of a pinch for two with a suitcase. Friendly staff who could arrange a variety of excursions. The location in the centre of Old Hanoi close to the lake is perfect.
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Today was our best day yet. Overall, Hanoi seems to be friendlier and prettier than Ho Chi Minh City. People move just a tad bit slower here and the traffic is not as scary although we did have a close call with a scooter.
Our hotel is located in the Old Quarter which is the city's business hub and the main tourist attraction. All the …
I first would like to say thanks to all of the famous Hollywood men who are reading and commenting on my blog. I had no idea that my adventures in Viet Nam would attract the likes of Daniel Craig, Cary Grant, George Clooney, and Cary Elwes. All I need now is for Brad Pitt to read and comment to make this complete :).
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Duong Lam and Hanoi 6th August
We wanted something different for the day so we asked the hotel to arrange a trip to Duong Lam Ancient village. After breakfast we our guide collected us to drive out the village. As we drove he told us about his life in Hanoi. He was a village boy who had come to the city to make money but was adamant he …
We drove from our hotel just 20 mins to the small local airport. A really easy check in and a short wait (with a woman with 20 Vietnamese hats) before a nice flight to Hanoi. With a window seat we were able to see the coast and bays of Vietnam's coast. We landed at 12:00 and drove back to Hanoi, this time via the Long Bien Bridge. The bridge was …
... that I'd enter Vietnam after catching the sleeping bus the following night after spending a night in Luang Prabang. The info I soon found out was outdated and I could've left the same day.. Bummer. A bustling little tourist township Luang Prabang has similarities with smaller Thai tourist towns although very different. An abundance of accommodation, cafés, bakeries, travel agents and street vendors that when walking down the street you don't feel isolated by any means. ...