Bro&Sis Hotel - Hang Bun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... home for dinner. Our stomachs are holding up well so that's good news. Our afternoon was kind of slow and we took a nap in the room. In the evening we ventured out again without much of a plan. We did need to buy some drinks for the boat as Ali's research revealed cokes and beers were rather expensive. We bought a foldaway backpack for $4. It folds up into the size a little higher than a soda can. Rather handy! Also came across a little seafood restaurant at the back ...
... we learnt about the President's life and how he shaped modern day Vietnam before being ushered into a small room by numerous army guards and gained a quick glance at his preserved body before being rushed out the door. A pretty weird experience. On the way back we noticed that our taxi meter was going up rapidly and our driver was trying to rip us off. Rob, Nick and Clare got out but with Joe still in the front seat the taxi sped off demanding the large fee or ...
... with merchants of all kinds. The market is not geared toward tourists - we can tell by the lack of t-shirts for sale that say "Good Morning Vietnam" . Most of the stalls sell winter clothes, some jewelry, dishes, cell phone cases, lots of sweaters and pants. The stalls were not very interesting but the unbelievable number of people and the energy of the market made it worth while. We walked along the market street for over an hour and stopped for ...
... bonus (though the noodle soup was disappointing), and overall the staff was very friendly. Add the 25% discounts because I stayed more than 4 nights, and you have a good package.
Recommendation: I could write far too many recommendations, so I try to summarise
Food; try the street food, eat at the little places with plastic chairs, and where lots of locals eat, and you will have a great experience. Bun Cha and Banh Trang Chien were two things I discovered in Hanoi, and ...
... an Asian man is more interested in taking a photo of her than the big building with guards. I buy a nice domino set from the handicraft shop. The sign was wrong, the products are defective, the box has fallen apart by the time I get home.
We also visited Tran Quoc Pagoda, the Museum of Ethnology and the Ngoc Son Temple on the Noam Kiem Lake. Lunch was a set menu somewhere in the old quarter. After the tour Nana naps were needed before venturing out into ...