Bach Tung Diep Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... several different coffees. Lunch was nice and local again at a small side street restaurant. The city is like many others, very busy and very crowded. The afternoon was us trying to navigate our way back to the hotel and relaxing. This evening was a meal together followed by lots of drinks. The bar we visited was full of backpacker groups and everyone had a good time dancing away to cheesy music. And that's all. ...
... searching for work during our first week back in Hanoi, we made sure to return to our favourite food and drink spots. This included eating bun cha (bbq’d pork served in a sweet garlicy broth, to which you add rice noodles and greenery), spring rolls and pho ga (chicken noodle soup). As well as a daily caffeine fix from either drinking egg coffee or coconut coffee. It also turned out that Vietnam would be celebrating their 70th Independence Day on the 2nd November. It was ...
... s fighter jet was famous shot down. It is actually a very beautiful place near a temple that we explored. The temple is know for the tower I took a picture of. Unfortunately we received a lot of information that day and I failed to write down the name of the tower. Still beautiful though!
Chris gave us a quick tour of Hanoi, showing us all the old French colonial buildings that have been re-purposed. It was interesting to see how Hanoi has used ...
I went to the gym and spa this morning and paid $20 for a day pass. I left at midday and had lunch and a lie down before returning in the afternoon. I later returned to the gym, afterwards I packed my bag and went for a few bia hoi's and some dinner before returning to the hostel to watch a movie ('Set Fire To The ...
... were a popular one. We stopped off for lunch at a local place and our tour guide ordered the food for us. We had a beef and then pork dish. Some cabbage and omelette. And then the usual rice. All very nice. We then made our onward journey. About 100km but would take a couple of hours due to interesting roads. We stopped off en route to look at some rice fields and the people at work. And also stopped off to look at a Tea orchard. After a few more hours we reached Nghia ...