Hacinco Hotel

Address: 110 Thai Thinh Street, Hanoi, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 110 Thai Thinh Street, Hanoi, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Bat Trang Ceramic, Wide Eyed Tours, and Hun Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52.
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Back in Ba Vi with a heavy heart

A travel blog entry by valmlegare on Nov 02, 2014


... I do right now. Which is why the heavy heart. I dont want to leave - I know I have to and no matter when I leave this will be hard for me. I can truly say this has changed my life - everything from my outlook on life, to my appreciation for where I was born, to new goals and realizations about myself. I left Edmonton feeling a bit lost - I have a great job, great family, friends, but I had this overwhelming feeling of "now what?" - well....I ...

Head Spinning, Guts Churning, Vomit Flecked

A travel blog entry by mynameisden on Oct 04, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... that include but are not limited to; **** Exchange Rates, Extortionate Service Charges for use of machine, Minuscule Maximum Withdrawal Limits which don’t exceed the Exchange Rate and Service Charges, the certitude that a card reader has been fitted to the machine by Russian gangsters, trying to shove large wedges of bank notes into your money belt in public, inevitability of imminent mugging etc.

With the card in the machine, we enter the PIN and then all the buttons ...

Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Aug 04, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... to visit. Expecting a tiny cave (we can see a hint of a cave from the boat) I neglect to take either tripod or torch both of which would have been handy. The cave turns out to be huge stretching several hundred yards into the cliff face. Discovered only 100 or so years ago it must have been very creepy venturing in by candlelight. At least we have proper steps and lighting. On the way out we see a spider with the longest ...

I feel pretty!

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jun 16, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... arranged for us at no extra cost. The hotel staff were delightful and eager to help in any way possible as well as happy to chat about your day and Vietnamese way of life.

The following day, bright and breezy we went to see Ho Chi Minh's mausoleum. This is the holiest of Holy places for Vietnamese people and we had been warned to get there early. Ho Chi Minh mausoleum is a monumental beautiful marble building and is quite the contrary to his actual desires for ...


A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jun 05, 2014

11 photos

... is home to a famous turtle (Rafetus Leloii, lets call him Rafael). Legend has it that in the 15th century the turtle rose from the depths and claimed a magic sword that had ensured independence from the Chinese returning it to The Great Golden Turtle God. Hoan Kiem means 'The Lake of The Returned Sword' and Rafael is affectionately known as Great Gramps. In 2011 a giant turtle was captured proving its existence, its wounds (from pollution) were treated and it was returned to the ...