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Es ist ja wirklich kaum zu glauben, aber hier in der Hotellobby funktioniert sowohl Travelpod als auch Facebook! Nun denn, was gibt es Neues? Ein Neues Jahr! Alles Liebe und Gute fuer alle Leser an dieser Stelle!
Wie wir "reingekommen" sind ins Neue Jahr? Nun, ja - wir hatten die Tage zuvor ja schon angenommen, dass es auch hier in Vietnam …
... Eventually, a woman came up to us asked if we needed change or any help. After the mess with the driver was taken care of, we figured out the woman was a long lost Austin friend of Mom and Dads by the name of Lisa Belcher. After we talked for a bit, she suggested we go to dinner with them the next night. We said we'd be there. When we got to Stanley Market, we saw a bunch of restaurants and storefronts. All looked promising for after the market. The market itself ...
... and signed the book feeling pretty good for ourselves. A few minutes later we were approached by another lovely lady who was asking for donations for the poor. We were able to confidently say we had already given and the lass was back on her bike to find the next wandering tourists. After this we were walking towards the army museum and noticed that one of the main streets was closed. We went to ask one of the officers hat was going on and he shook his head and said "No". ...
... it was her that after a chance encounter on the street had convinced them to stay at Hanoi Backpackers where consequently we had met. Ordinarily this was not a tour I would go on, essentially a glorified booze cruise it was expensive and unnecessarily exuberant. Before all the beer I would buy on the trip it set me back close to another 5 Million dong. Overall a very expensive day and one that drastically altered the course of my trip, luckily for me it was all worth every penny.
... restaurant that was closed down. Boo. We instead walked around Hoan Kiem Lake and found a Westerner-filled restaurant. We walked home dodging motorbikes and some sort of carnival madness on the streets.
Thursday we set off to do some more sweaty walking. First stop was the Temple of Literature, built 1000 years ago to honor Confucius and serve as Vietnam's first university. The Fine Arts museum was right across the street and cost a buck so we went. Best part was the AC! Not ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking