Golden Spring Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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Oh bugger! We've been slack with writing about our explorations again! Well, we're back in Vietnam now and we found Hanoi a most agreeable city! We spent only 2 days there but it exceeded our expectations in a lot of ways. Although pretty busy and atrociously hot while we were there, it didn't seem too polluted and the traffic and public transport …
... New Day at 72 Ma May is clearly a popular spot and it was a good thing we arrived early. We went for the set menu of chicken soup, Spring rolls, chicken and cashews, beef and celery, sweet and sour pork and boiled rice, along with some fried squid. We weren't tempted by the frog dishes, especially as we had seen them being killed and gutted at a nearby stall before our meal! The food was great, and along with drinks our whole meal for four cost under ...
... time in Sapa.
The return journey to Hanoi was just as long and tedious, but again most of us managed to get some shut eye. Chris and I were dropped off at our place as unfortunately we had to work that evening. The others went back to their hotel then spent the afternoon visiting the B52 museum and the remains of a B52 in a small lake hidden amongst a maze of narrow alley ways. Sinee had to catch a flight back to Bangkok early evening and we had arranged for mum, Ron, ...
... businesses that have been there for years but some have been converted to boutique hotels and guest houses. The fresh food market is fantastic to walk through but our very sensitive tummys wouldn't cope with meat that has been sitting out in this 37 degree heat.
Once we are returned to the hotel, we have a chance to freshen up and venture back out into the street to find some dinner.
There is an art to crossing the street here because it is so busy, ...
... Vietnamese culture really values education, and this education is based on being virtuous and hardworking. The temple was made in honor of three Mandarin kings who for did a lot to advance virtuous behavior. There was an area to meditate, and also an area with all the old scholars and their successes carved into stone. These stabs are hundreds of years old.
I also went exploring with Andy and Linh. We walked to this nameless lake and back to the hotel. It ...