Travel Blogs from Hanoi
Right next to the hostel is a Lake called the Hoan Kiem Lake, which is a popular attraction to walk around. Considering it is next to a busy road this is a pretty relaxing spot where the locals chill in the dappled shade. There was even a dance aerobics class of elderly women taking place, with a gathering of amused people around them. In the …
Landed at Hanoi Airport last night after a horrendous flight. China Southern Airlines suck! Always late, which is not cool when you have a connection to make! Anyways, I managed to get to my airport hotel (which was ok, but quite expensive, especially for Vietnam) and hit the hay in preparation for my first full day in Hanoi! This morning I checked …
... trip to Ha Long Bay. After a bit of chilling out and once he had woken up, I met Harry for a few early Bia Hois and his new favourite egg coffee whilst overlooking the lake. Harry introduced me to Bun Chae for lunch which I can't believe I missed last time, BBQed pork in a broth with rice noodles and probably my favourite Vietnamese dish. A trip back to Vietnam Motorbikes and a night out was already on the cards in the expat area of the city. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBodega Hotel Hanoi
Stayed in a private twin for $18/night. The staff were extremely friendly and spoke good english. They had porters to transport our bags up & down. The free breakfast was more than we could ask for!
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