Queen of Heart Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Then we headed to shoe street -which is a whole street named after shoes - Oliver haggled and bought a pair of Nikes that looked and felt real (obviously it was fake given the price). It's interesting because the old quarter has streets named after what the trade used to be back in the day. For lunch, we ate at the best banh mi in Hanoi and were not disappointed - we had a nice chat with a couple from New Zealand. We came back to hotel and chilled for a bit. Since we ...
... motorbike fumes but not filled with litter at all. Although all bars close at miodnight and the police monitor this closely to check everyone is out. At this point it is evident to see all the bar, shop and restaurant owners sweeping the floors outside their space...maybe this is policed too. All of these things together give Hanoi a charm I hope continues throughout the whole of Vietnam. I'm, looking forward to tasting the coffee, food and beer and finding ...
... proud culture, beautiful beaches and varied food. It is hard to pick out our favourite part or place because every where had its own personality. Cambodia was amazing, we need to investigate there further, Vietnam has a place in our hearts. We have had so much fun along the way and are just sad it has had to end. Until the next ...
Our morning was in the bus back to Hanoi with a short stop to see farmers preparing and planting rice in the field and seeing a cemetery. Since we all complained about the Hanoi Super Hotel, Steven made some calls to the home office and they changed our hotel. The Lan Vien Hotel is not only nicer but has a Starbucks! I'm having a latte in the morning!
In Hanoi we stopped for lunch at a local restaurant where they only cook fish. At your place you have a bowl ...
... to get around... assuming of course you know which way is North! With the help of a lovely lady who I then bought two bracelets from (pretty sure she has the 'helping' thing down pat as a sales tactic), I made it back in time to wander a bit more locally around my hotel. The streets here are hustle and bustle, but still named after the wares that the street used to ( and commonly still does) sell. Lots to absorb, I'll try to capture more ...