Hanoi Harmony Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHanoi Harmony Hotel
Really good value. Big clean room in ideal location!
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So we arrived back Vietnam 2 months after we last left and back to one of our favourite city's Hanoi. We had arranged to meet Dave and Sue on the Saturday telling them we was flying in that morning however the crafty little devils that we are we actually flew in on the Thursday, a day before Dave and Sue and planned to suprise them. Our surprise didn't quite go to plan, we knew their hotel and time of arrival and our plan was to go ...
... mall. As if on cue, a green taxi rolled up just as we stepped out of the mall and whisked us away towards or final destination for the day—PUKU café! It’s the only place open late where Lauren can get some western food. The little street where PUKU sat was still a happenin’ place and we walked in and enjoyed A CBE sandwich (chicken, bacon, egg) and a shepherds pie (not exactly traditional Vietnamese fare… but it did the ...
... of all the Vietnamese tourist (it is their tourist time too) and boarded our own private 40 foot junk boat. We departed the docks and sailed out. From the top deck we had beautiful views of the bay and the limestone islands. Around noon we went to the dining deck for lunch. It was a scrumptious 9 course meal of crabs, shrimp, potatoes rice salads, squids greens spring rolls and fruit. It ...
... to hold the US prisoners of war. It was very informative if not a little biased and horrible to see the conditions prisoners were kept in. They are very keen to show how well the US prisoners were kept though, and if its all true they were privileged compared to other prisoners of war. After this we needed some lighter activities and soon ended up shopping :) It seems Mango and Zara all make their clothes in Vietnam so there are loads of shops selling ...
... here is putting it lightly. Like Lenin or Mao in their respective countries, Ho is revered like a deity. Ho Chi Minh, or “Uncle Ho” to the locals, is acclaimed as the leader and primary force behind Vietnam’s long struggle for independence and brought communist ideologies to the country after studying in Europe, China and Moscow. He grew up very poor in a small village and it has been chronicled that he never lived ...