Hanoi Sans Souci Hotel
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Na, I think it's just old and under new managment. Brown water from the hot tap in the sink, building site next door (quite literally) and propaganda for an alarm call!
Lotus1 stayed here on May 25, 2009 during their trip titled: My year of adventures.
I arrived in Hanoi on Sun afternoon and was immediately exposed to the vibrancy of the city. I also discovered how many foreigners are staying in the Old Quarter area because they are everwhere with their backpacks, guide books and shorts. This city is full of motorbikes! I would say there are probably some 30:1 to 40:1 ratio of motorbikes to cars …
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This was followed by the American exhibit. John McCain’s flying suit looked huge and a bit spooky looking. Interestingly the music seemed a lot more cheerful and the language changed too. The American’s were apparently kept in conditions akin to a holiday on a French campsite, a bit grim, you’d rather be at home but you can put up with it. The bias is part of the experience and understandable when you think it’s the ...
... English writing on it so decided to eat there and actually had a delicious meal. We then went to the supermarket (which robin loved) as there was a whole section of live fish and eal! The next morning we also couldn't find anything for breakfast that wasn't curry but finally we found some form of pancake but it still came with curry sauce! When we first arrived and walked around the area we were shocked at how crazy everything was and because we had been told how crazy the rest of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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