Fortuna Hotel Hanoi
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It's official. Hanoi is actually the craziest place on Earth. I have never seen so many impatient people in one space, and the drivers, wow. Since arriving here last night, I have seen two people fall off of mopeds, one of whom was a woman wearing knock off Louboutins (I know this because the red sole was peeling) and who was using a phone in one …
... Kong is amazing. We went back to the hotel and chilled a bit, did a little school, and got ready for dinner. We took another bus to the dinner place. The problem was, we took a wrong bus, had to change busses, and we were late to dinner. But either way, it was great. We met the rest of the Belcher's; John, William, Kenneth, and Jane. William and Kenneth were the two oldest kids and for the whole night Lucy and I played tag and had discussions about things such as ...
... A little further down the road was the Ho Chi Minh (HCM) Mausoleum. It is a massive strucutre that faces a large concreted area and a grassed area. I assume this is where they perform military displays on special days. Unfortunately every October and November Ho Chi Minh is taken off to Russia to be re-barmed so we were unable to see his body (but he will be home for Christmas which is nice). The monument is a beautiful piece of architecture surrounded by the ...
... REAL AC. The art was pretty too, especially the lacquer engravings.
After the usual noodle lunch, we headed to Ho Chi Minh's giant mausoleum complex, which consists of his mausoleum, his humble stilt house, the Presidential Palace, and a museum. We knew going into it that his 43-years-dead mummified body (he wanted to be cremated!) usually kept in a glass coffin for viewing was in Russia for "maintenance", so it wasn't surprising that the place was a ghost town. Apparently ...
... the old quarter so only motorbikes go through and the odd taxi so tourists tend to just walk. There are so many restaurants in Hanoi , food has not been an issue at all. We have been spoilt for choice! Many places where you can also stop for drink, snacks or ice cream etc. We spent two days in halong bay, this was absolutely amazing and the views were stunning! After two crazy days in the city, it was nice to do something relaxing and halong bay ...
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