Golden Spring Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
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Andrew woke up feeling crampy and unwell but determined to see the rest of Hanoi. Our day started at the temple of literature which took us about 10 minutes to walk through, other then the animal shaped bonsai it was quite boring. Next was Hoa Prison which was an eye opener into the daily life of diplomatic prisoners was such an interesting place. Andrew wasn't feeling to flash at this time so ...
Caught a cab over to the old city to save the children from the "torture" of walking in the heat. The old city is fantastic, just like the asia of my navy days back in the 80s. We wandered around with Bronte assuming her regular role as tour guide. Got F a tshirt, me some communist propaganda posters and Jo some bamboo salad bowls. B tried on a few cutesy wutesy asian princess dresses which were all hideous and ...
... br> quite different but I must check it out before i'll make my choice
for September... semi or automatic... I'll kepp you posted!!!
PS1: please don't judge my look... I
did have a more elegant dress... but apparently you cannot attend a
Vietnamese wedding wearing black or red... black it's obvious...
(funeral dress...) but red?!? Check the pics!!!
PS2: Sefora, Dieguito, Jess, Kasia...
luckily I haven't messed it up!!!
... br> Our third dish was a very ramen like construction starting with a base of fish sauce, then pork broth, sliced pork, blanched bean sprouts, deep fried shallots, ground peanuts, cilantro and a dusting of chili on top. Here is another composition where textural experience is key. You have the clear clean broth, the sinuous noodles, the crisp of the shallots, the snap of the bean sprouts, the crunch of the peanuts, the herby feel of the cilantro. Get ...
We arrived in Hanoi around 8.30am. There weren't as many people on the road driving like lunatics as we expected but it was Sunday morning and even though the Vietnamese don't worship anyone they're still entitled to god's day! It was dark and damp, drizzly rain and cold compared to the rest of the places we have been in Vietnam! We were feeling the ride on a back of a motorbike so we grabbed a taxi and he actually knew where he ...