Queen of Heart Hotel

65 Nguyen Huu Huan St, Old Quarter, Hanoi, 1000, Vietnam | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 65 Nguyen Huu Huan St, Old Quarter, Hanoi, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Japanese Covered Bridge, West Lake, and Red Bridge Restaurant and Cooking School.
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Sapa

A travel blog entry by benjie.jackson on Aug 03, 2014

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... a few Tiger Beers, then got our heads down in preparation for the 12km trek to our homestay. We woke up to more sun and started our long trek to the small village where we would be staying the night. Followed by the Hmong women was lovely but all they are really there for is to try and sell you stuff when you get to the other end, saying "we walked with you the whole way so buy from me". The trek was amazing and we sweated our way trough blue rivers surrounded by the ...

Lola (part 3)

A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan on Feb 25, 2014

2 comments

... shuddered to think where it lead and what would have happened to us if we had tried it. We sighed a sigh of utter relief and rode on.

The head torch proved useless for anything other than, hopefully, letting oncoming traffic know I existed. Instead we developed a riding style with Ben about a foot to my left and behind me so that his headlight cast enough light to allow us both to see the road which had become potholed and steep. Needless to see we could hardly see a ...

A visit to Uncle Ho`s place

A travel blog entry by peacocks2014 on Feb 25, 2014

14 photos

... fun and we eventually decided that if we were to enjoy the zany antics of the locals to the best effect, it was best to sit still and just watch them. We found a handy square and did just that.

We saw so much that made us grin that it is not possible to give a complete review. It is part of the special charm of Asia to see so much squalor alongside great riches, people adapting themselves in all sorts of ways. ...

Tet means tradition

A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman on Jan 30, 2014

1 comment, 93 photos

... the fun is with eating, giving gifts and reuniting with family that have moved far away. One woman I met in the Old Quarter says she flies in once a year from England where she goes to school. Even though the expense is great it’s worth it to see her grandparents and sometimes new nieces and nephews and to prepare foods with her mother. She said she wouldn’t think of not coming home for Tet; she saves all year to do it.

On Wednesday afternoon before Tet ...

Arrival in Ninh Binh

A travel blog entry by anniebusch on Dec 27, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... our guide had bought 3 tickets, and even more so when he sat down with us. It transpired that he was coming with us. We still don't know why he didn't get us soft seat, air con as specified. Air con would actually have been heating as it was perishing cold, and the window wouldn't close.
Along the way, Janey took loads of pictures, and we chatted to our charming young guide. The ...