Bach Tung Diep Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... so Jackie enquired at reception and discovered that somewhere along the line our request for a taxi had been misinterpreted to we were waiting for a taxi at 8.00pm. Reception called a taxi for us, but by now Jackie was in total panic particularly when I informed her that we were supposed to be at the Orient Express ticket office at least an hour before the trains departure of 9.10pm! We both by now had visions of arriving last and having to share a cabin with 2 weirdos ...
... here to share my experience. I made my way to the St Joseph Cathedral square and found a charming restaurant called Marilyn's café where I had a bánh mě sandwich for lunch, yumm! I set off exploring and made my way to the prison which is referred to by US military as the "Hanoi Hilton"
I will connect with the rest of my Vietnamese nursing team later this evening and will be with them for the rest of the ...
... We were told that the North would be very different. The dialect is a little different, the people look a little different, and the customs are different. You can tell that they used to be two separate countries. We arrived to early to check into our hotel, so we went and had a traditional breakfast of Pho (beef noodle soup, see pic) at a restaurant that was on the 6th floor of a high rise. It overlooked a really nice park with a big lake. A great vantage point to observe ...
... the nuts and coconut are sprinkled on top, and the cracker is rolled onto a wooden rolling pin, then unrolled onto a bamboo drying rack. The racks with the drying crackers are all over the courtyard in the family home. When they are dried, a family member crisps them up over a hot coals. We got off the ferry and walked trough the village and stopped at a home where they make rice wine (another commodity the village produces). They use a sticky rice which is spread out on sheets ...
... once” – tail between our legs we headed back indoors to complete the process – “sorry, Sir/Madame, we only accept US dollars”, with only 30-minutes left before the embassy closed its doors we ran around the streets looking for a currency exchange – NOWHERE changes Dong into Dollar, not even the banks (who were now closing for lunch anyway), dejected we decided to trudge off in search of lunch. [<i>It must be ...