Hanoi Harmony Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Really good value. Big clean room in ideal location!
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Het heeft even geduurd, maar ik heb een computer met internet gevonden. Kan ik jullie eindelijk een beeje bijpraten over wat we zoal gedaan/gezien/beleefd hebben ;) We zijn op dit moment in Sapa, in het noorden van Vietnam. Over een uurtje vertrekken we hier weer, we worden opgehaald bij het hotel waar we vannacht geslapen hebben. …
... You can just look at the outside). His museum is an imposing structure as well.
Interestingly, saw a wedding celebration set up among the little back streets... Complete with man using bricks to build something just on the edge of the wedding tent and people riding their motor scooters up the little walkway between the two sides ...
... station until 6:30 for a 7:30 departure. Originally we planned to visit a market, but after reading about how mean the people were meant to be there, we decided against it. When we left the room we asked the guys at the reception if we could leave our bags with them, because lugging them around Hanoi would have been a nightmare. Luckily they agreed and we headed out towards the lake. Having located the post office the night before, we thought we'd head back whilst it ...
... rushing through here is not a good idea, as even the green area leading tomsome of the main buildings are just lovely. Also, depsite seeing lots of traffic outside earlier, it felt rather peaceful inside. The only downside was that they were building a stage in front of the last building for some school ceremony, so the view wasn't as impressive as an empty square would have been (like with the cathedral, I should have co,e here on Monday...).
After I spent over an hour in the ...
... together (Vietnamese beer bar with cheap draft beer). Since the omnipresent uncle Ho-Chi-Minh was for restoration in Russia, we wanted to start our day by visiting the literature temple. Vietnam's oldest university, dating back till the 11th century. On the way we encountered something like a parade. Might also possibly have been a funeral. The whole thing was secured by the military. A lot of military men were sitting on trucks with huge flower bouquets all around. Then there was ...