Royal 2 Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal 2 Hotel Hanoi
There was no buffet breakfast as advertised and it was a little noisy as I think the family all live there but it was a great location and big rooms, very cheap and the family were very pleasant
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... but we did it! If there was a tshirt that said 'I crossed the road in Vietnam and survived' I would be sat here wearing it as I type! We wandered through the old quarter - walking in the road as the pavements were full of parked mopeds obviously - and made our way through the maze of stalls towards Ho Hoan Kiem lake - or lake of the restored sword. It represents the historic heart of old Hanoi and it was here that the national hero Le Loi was given a magic sword by ...
... a bus to a dock where we would stay a night. It was called a junk boat (not because it was a boat for garbage) and it was 3 stories. Because there were about 80 people doing the same tour as us we had to use multiple boats. Our boat had about 20 people on it. The boat was not that interesting but I had to wright about something. We spent 1 night and after the stay I had memorized every nook and cranny of the boat. Most of the people on the boat were elderly so ...
... there with the bottle in his mounth, not even trying to suck - hes tired, I can tell when I look at him. I am sad leaving him but I believe his short life will be over soon and it will be for the better.
After saying goodbye to all the fabulous kids in room 1 - crying my face off - I went to room 2 to say goodbye and of course crawled in Duong's crib one last time and basically just sobbed. I do feel like Duong and I have connected - ...
... everywhere, but here it’s more probable. As we are arriving to the place where the bus should be, we see one bus departing at the same time. There is little suspicion it can be our bus, but the driver of minibus tells us that our bus will be here in 30 min, it isn’t. After some 45 min arrives almost full (there can be 3 places if I count also the unofficial standing one), this minibus can’t take ...
... stelae rest on turtle statues. The Temple is a pleasant oasis in the bustling city, although quite full of tourists. As we were walking to the Temple there was a fairly brief downpour, but it soon brightened up. We ran into Kim and Bryden at the Temple, so we walked back together, stopping at a park across from the Temple with a small lake with a walking path around it. Kim says in the morning there are lots of people exercising there. We stopped at the bia hoi ...