City Inn Vientiane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Inn Vientiane
The City Inn is in a good location but we got off to a rough start with the hotel saying I had broke the key and I owed them $10 before I could get a new one.... They are electronic key cards and I hadn't even set foot in my room with the bell man there assiting me before the card broke in half from extreme over use. Just not a good wat to start by having to argue that I was not the cause of the problem. Good breakfast buffet; quiet rooms.
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Well after the horror stories that were shared from travellers on forums and friends who've done the same journey I set off from hanoi with not much but dread for the next 36 hours. I had packed all five year old travel necessities arts and crafts, pretzel sticks, sprite, bottle of water a iPhone charged and ready for a big read of the book. Well it started off dubious taking hour to get about five miles through the ...
... followed by another set of speakers playing a different tune but at the same deafening levels. The paved area is now hosting mass aerobic classes that any one can join in. Obviously there are two rival groups as one lot is dressed in pink and the other in orange and both seem to be trying to outdoor each other. There are all sorts of people taking part from young super fit athletes, old grannies, kids and even the travelers get up and join in.What a brilliant way to ...
... it without his help! The museum itself was pretty interesting as it had details of the different Vietnamese ethic minority groups (I think there is 40-something of them) and included different styles of Vietnamese village houses in a garden out the back.
When we got back to the hotel we were able to take a shower in a vacant hotel room before being picked up to catch the overnight sleeper train to Sapa, a village to the north. The train was already ...
... is, like every capital city (however sleepy) is over priced.
Friday evening we boarded our second Laos sleeper, to Phonsavan. The number plate read 8588 which is Emma's birthday, which is tomorrow. The double beds were great for us although slightly awkward for the lone traveller I imagine. Crisp lottery at the bus depot had me winning Hot Chicken Lemon flavor. They were surprisingly good although the leaning tower of Pizza on the front of the ...
... my ride anymore and looked forward in getting out of this piece of #%*_)(@! And where was Michel during this time! Laughing hysterically!
Looking at all the other scooters and songthaews passing next to us on this road, many of the people and passengers had masks on which covered their nose and mouth! Why couldn’t I have one just like them! ...