Hanoi Harmony Hotel
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The flight to Hanoi went so quickly and it definitely made it worthwhile, thinking that we could have been on the 24 hour chicken bus! We later found out that Glyn and Josh opted for the bus and it took 36 hours! I had read that there were a lot of taxi scams at the airport so was a bit worried about getting one. We saw a girl we'd met at the …
... cave. Sung Sot contains three different chambers, with the last one being the largest. Other activities included going to Ti Top Island and kayaking in the bay where I watched the sun set. The next days activities concluded with a visit to a pearl farm, one of the three places in Vietnam that produce pearls, and lunch in the harbor. Ha Long Bay's beauty is breathtaking and is a place where I recommend everyone to go to if they have a ...
... promise you bike is still there when you get back . I doubt there is a permit associated with these businesses, but I would be surprised if the operators didn't have to pay something to the police to be able to continue trading . Halfway trough a transaction too buy 4 doughnuts tonight , my hawker , just picked up and left . A few seconds later the cops cruised past , no sooner had they gone and she reappeared to complete the deal. Shopping is such a game here , and no offence is ...
... out the next morning, then grab breakfast before our bus to Halong Bay arrives. We briefly say goodbye to Hanoi – we’ll be back to catch a night train in three nights – as we head east to the coast of northern Vietnam. Hanoi isn’t an easy introduction to Vietnam – it’s still fairly traditional and is only westernised in parts, but everyone is enjoying the hectic pace and the organised madness, and is looking forward to seeing more of this great ...
... improve the track at the same time, it was a bit bumpy. We shared with a couple of other travellers. We arrive in Lao Cai at 5.30am and were met here and taken to Sapa (about an hours drive) in a mini bus with some other tourists. The hotel was lovely and we had a buffet breakfast on arrival and the were able to check in to our room. We met our guide (a young woman from a local tribe) and set off for a walk in the mountains. Sapa sits about 1200m above sea level and is surrounded ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- 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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