Gia Bao Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a bread roll & jam. We then got a taxi back to the airport and checked in for our domestic flight to Hanoi. No dramas, except Jackie hadn't booked our luggage on so we had to pay a further $60 for 2 rucksacks return. Another uneventful flight (Though I'm not complaining) then we were met by a driver for the 45 minute drive into Hanoi. NOW the holiday properly starts despite it being chilly & overcast. After a frantic hair-raising journey we arrived at ...
... aisle to let them in only to realise there was no seats left for us! After quietly trying to explain the we had bags left in the row (basically resulted in me on my hands and knees looking for it) she took me by the arm saying 'thank you thank you' and pointed to the 3rd row from the front where there were two empty seats right in the middle of the row....that row loved us barging through as a wooden fisherman was trying to catch some brightly coloured wooden fish! ...
... kids my all each day - to financially purchasing things that these kids would have went without if it wasnt for you. So thanks to all. I need to give a special shout out to Crystal S and Julie F - these two friends of mine had never met but came together, back in Edmonton and have been working so hard to get cloth diapers donated to the orphanage - and from their hard work - I believe the numbers are close to 200 diapers that have been donated ...
... close to speed limit :D And everyone, we are asking about allowed speed, don’t know.
We are finally back in Hanoi, the bus stops not far from the hotel so we can go directly to there and consult with the receptionist possibilities to go to Sa Pa. In original plans we didn’t plan it because of saving time. But now there is the chance to go there for “just” 3 nights including transport from and to Hanoi. After more than 1 hour ...
... about how the market has become flooded with unqualified tailors, refusals to do second fittings and quality being not much better than H&M (who do fairly decent cheap suits it has to be said) but with a rather more hefty price tag, we decided to avoid the hassle of searching out a legitimate tailor.
Next stop was Hue, this time by a much more pleasant day bus. Hue is the ancient capital and here we spent time visiting the old palace and citadel, ...