Bro&Sis Hotel - Hang Bun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... such a good time talking, I hardly noticed. We did have good Chilean wine with the meal. Steve said some nice things about our group being special and we all told him what a great time we had. Back at the hotel, we stood outside hugging and saying goodbye. As hard as it is to end the trip, we are all looking forward to going home.
Those of us staying the extra day will meet up to switch hotels tomorrow. ...
Today we awoke to some rain (remnants of Typhoon!) and it was check out of Hanoi hotel day as we were catching the overnight train to Danang (16 hours) with pickup at 7pm. After a leisurely breakfast and pre-day planning in room we decided to walk to the Presidential palace and learn more about Ho Chi Minh - the modern leader of Vietnam (they renamed Saigon after him). It was drizzly and a little colder at 21oC but ...
... that seem too cheap to be desirable. The average price hotel is from 30-50 USD, and the $30 hotels seem quite nice. But since you can stay in a 5 start hotel for about $60, you find yourself spending more than you even need to for accommodation. The service was amazing, from hotel staff attending to your every need with the warmest and most sincere smiles, to the pleasant taxi drivers who speak English. Especially coming from China, where you ...
... find a cheaper beer anywhere in the world. The going rate for a glass of Bia Hoi is around 4-5,000d per glass (the exchange rate is 33,000d to £1 - you do the math). The reason it is pennies per glass is because it is brewed fresh everyday and because it has no preservatives it has to be drunk within 24 hours, so make it cheap and sell lots of it. We took up a plastic stool roadside at 'Bia Hoi Junction' just like the locals and enjoyed a cold brew ...
... turtles in our trip to the temple, or the 200kg descendant which still lives in the lake, we did find the embalmed remains of a gigantic tortoise there. A number of large trees surround the temple, and their huge overground roots gave Dave something climb on whilst we looked round.
We spent the rest of the morning scouring Hanoi's shops in order to complete ...