Galaxy Hotel Hanoi
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGalaxy Hotel Hanoi
Located in the old part of town, close to some great food and sights. Well appointed for a four star and good service. They looked after us pretty well, with flowers given it was our honeymoon :)
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... wave pools, surfing, and about 20 rides you go down in rubber dingys in. It was so much fun! We were like the only people there, and due to the nature of there not being strong 'health and safety regulations' in Vietnam, the rides were some of the biggest I've ever seen and pretty scary! Was a great way to end my last day in Vietnam, but I feel ready to move on to Laos ...
... was just that - a hospital inside a cave. I don't have any pictures, as I didn't want to risk my camera while I was driving. The cave was eerie. The hospital had been built in between 1963 and 1965 and was used as both a hospital and a hiding place for VC leaders. It was used until I975. There were 17 rooms in all, and because it was in the cave, it was bombproof. We also noticed that it was very warm, which seemed contradictory to our thinking. After a very chilly ...
... had a shack which he had built out of things that wash ashore and eats the food he catches in the sea and rock pools. The group found lunch a lot better than Luke's dinner, he tried defending it but wasn't convincing anyone. We had a sunset game of football then a shower we had built the day before and using some fresh water we had come across near the camp. We had a few drinks and played a few games round the campfire once more which was still going from yesterday ...
... with a continual line of guards in pristine white uniforms standing 5 yards apart. With Sara stocking up on Clinique face wash and moisturiser, our stay in Hanoi was sandwiched around our 3 day trip to Halong. Bay. Upon our return from Halong Bay we went to a lake in the middle of which is the undercarriage of a B52 shot down during the Vietnam War. Close by is the B52 museum which has one made to ...
... sniffer dog goes mental and snarls regardless of you smuggling or not. All in all we were one and off the coaches about 4 times with our bags thrown off to go through X-ray machines passport control, purchase visas and a 3km walk from the Laos border to the Vietnam border made for an unpleasant time but we made it through to the other side and within about 5 miles we had pulled over for the "smuggle". We pulled over to this petrol station but we didn't fill up on petrol. Within ...