Fortuna Hotel Hanoi
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
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... The G&T arrived in a completely different glass and the tonic was flat; Edd sent it back and a new one arrived, but it didn't taste like tonic. I then decided it was the lemon flavoured fizzy water that we'd bought previously when we couldn't find limes. It was drinkable and Edd couldn't be bother with sending it back again, after our breakfast being a disaster as well, we'd basically spent the day sending things back at least once.
We finally made our way back ...
... exploded when the plane descended to land...and Beaver's ears were not good either.. We think the pilot was on 'P' plates and pressed the down button too early...Arrived at Meracus 2 hotel and felt comfortable instantly.. So comfortable that we were asleep by 8.30 Hanoi time and did not stir till at least 10 hours later..Upon waking found out we were in the honeymoon ...
... pork/beef/chicken on a hot metal plate and eat them with the baguette. The shop is quite foreigner friendly.
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... waters, and need to be removed to protect the native turtles and ecosystem. I'm not sure how true this is, but I was told by a student we met the following day. By this point our feet and legs were tiring, so we decided to have our first cyclo experience. We had avoided them up until now, as we'd heard bad things about cyclo drivers ripping people off, and beating those that didn't cough up their extortionate cost! So we picked the friendliest looking driver, and agreed ...
... sum of $27/night.
I didn't reconnect with my friends from the bus until the next day, we went for some grilled pork and noodles and coffees. I spent the next day wandering the city including visiting a somber place the old prison where the French colonialists locked up Vietnamese who opposed their occupation. They were treated like animals and were always shackled around their ankles and fed very poorly. The prison was later used during the ...