Bach Tung Diep Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... man our receipt as proof we had been to the bank to pay. He looked at us and the receipt, then after a long awkward silence he proceeded to open the bottom draw of his desk and hold up two Australian passports as if to say “These ones yours?”
After inspecting the passports thoroughly for a couple of minutes (as it appears we now look nothing like our passport photos), he handed us our passports.
It’s official. My Mongolian dream is one ...
... round a roundabout. The Hanoi Paradise Hotel was our base for the next 2 nights. We were greeted with drinks of refreshing lemonade and taken to our room. Because taxes used to be collected depending on the width of the front of the property most houses in Hanoi are long and narrow. Our room, an odd number, had the lift at the back of the building, the even numbers the front lift. But given the noise of the traffic outside, a room at the back of the hotel was a blessing. ...
... figure out A. What it was and B. How to do it. Edd ended up going behind the till and doing it for them, explaining to them categorically that they needed to learn their own procedures.
We knew we could get a knock-off jumper/fleece type thing at one of the stores along the street and made our way back to find one. It was significantly colder in the north and I was not going to be able to skive Edd's jumper off him, he'd need it. We initially looked around for a ...
... 8230;this is my interesting little Calypso Suites story, kind of a hoot actually. I was looking online for something less expensive here since the resorts (and cruises) I booked on the Mekong, in Hue, in Halong Bay and in Sapa (these last two still to come) were definitely on the pricier side. But every hotel I saw online in Hanoi said "no windows". Well I wasn't too keen on that idea, but finally I found a picture of a pretty little room with a huge window at ...
... to Hoa Lu and Tam Coc! This time only about 2 and half hours. Not so bad.
Quite many people don't know about Hoa Lu and Tam Coc tour when they go to Hanoi. I didn't even know until ...