Moon View Hotel

65 Cua Bac Street, Hanoi, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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Day 13 - Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy


... crab - it was delicious), followed by fish in a coconut sauce, chicken and cabbage and then finally dragonfly fruit for desert. Another great meal. Dinner was accompanied by gin and tonics and followed by music and karaoke. Tiago sang La Bamba and La Macarena in Spanish which got us all dancing, Peter and I followed with YMCA which then progressed to ABBA. It was an evening full of laughter and drinks - our tour group had definitely bonded by bed ...

Tam Biet Hanoi

A travel blog entry by brettandjane


So it was goodbye this morning to a wet and stormy Hanoi. But we told all our Hanoian friends not to worry , we'll be back in a just over a week. A 40 minute drive to the airport in the morning had us boarding our flight to Da nang followed by another 40 minute drive to Hoi an and our digs for the next five days. It really says something about the way they position their airports around this country, because no one is ever more or less than a 40 ...

A visit from Martin and a lot of walking

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour


... town, seeing all the different districts, each one specialising in one trade, such as ironmongers, gravestone carvers, printers, carpenters etc etc. All very pitureesque and really pleasant to stroll around in as it is pretty compact.

A quick trip back to the hotel and we set off for "food street" which was disappointing empty and we sat in the only restaurant with people in and had medicinal chicken, black chicken in a bitter herb broth that was actually quite ...

Hanoi - New Friends, New Foods & a 5-Star Day

A travel blog entry by chrisandteri


... around the Old Quarter, pedalled by a nice young man who conversed with Chris in French. I also had my shoes cleaned and mended on the street, and sampled donuts and water chestnuts that ladies were selling on the street. (Come to think of it, pretty much everything here happens right on the street.) Then meeting great people and trying new food on the tour, and walking home along ...

Passports, prison and puppets

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... show that evening at 8pm.

After our first 'real' shower and change of clean clothes in over 2 days, we headed back onto the streets to see the show. For 60K D each (about $3AUD) we were treated to a traditional water puppet theatre show complete with a live band and voice acting. Various scenes from traditional Vietnamese farm life were acted out by cute, funny and talented puppeteers for the hour long show.

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This 3 star hotel, located on 65 Cua Bac Street, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Night Market, and Hun Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52.
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