Gia Bao Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... told him no. He stopped a number of other taxis as we walked in the direction of the station, asking them if they'd go according to their meters; after about 5 attempts, a taxi driver agreed to a meter payment and we jumped in. He also knew where to go, which none of the other drivers did, even though Edd showed them our map and pointed at the station on it. He charged us 40 000 Dong and dropped us off at the right part of the station (behind where we'd bought the ...
... the table. For $6 each, or 240000 dong.
By some miracle we found our way home.
Day three we conquered the cyclo etiquette and bargained hard to pay a fair price, we explored the history museum and had a couple of beers stops to get us home on foot.
This evening we are off to meet the other five biker buddies and have dinner with them and our ...
Xôi Xéo (sticky rice served with mung bean, fried onion and steamed chicken).
- Xoi Yen along the street of Nguyen Huu Huan. It's quite near to Hoàn ...
... juicy and reminded us both of Nandos! We met back up with Cherry in the afternoon, who wanted to introduce me to an unusual bite to eat - Trung Vit Lon (aka duck foetus). It's a daily snack for residents of Hanoi, usually eaten for elevenses. I'd been wanting to try it for a while. For some reason things like this intrigue me. My thought is why not try something that you might discover to be the best thing you've ever tasted. Cherry hunted down one of the many ladies, who ...
... t do my fear of heights any favours. A little disheveled(but £2.50 better off) I arrived at the airport meeting the Americans from yesterday in the waiting room. We boarded a small plane, with a fairly weak looking propeller system and headed off. The views over a Laos sunset were incredible(unfortunately I was reprimanded for trying to take photos so have no evidence!). Once in Hanoi immigration was a breeze thanks to my prearranged visa stamp. After a bit of gathering ...