Hanoi Harmony Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- 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. …
Today we walked around town it was fantastic! Stumbled on all sorts of cool markets and met some locals too. Went to the temple of literature which was one of the first universities here built in 1076. Was very cool. On the way there we found a hairdresser on the side of the road who cut Travis hair, not a bad job but I won't be going there:) Then we went to find some lunch. Found this amazing market that was so ...
... language, looks. It's cool to see. After lunch, we got on a Dragon Boat and went up the Perfume River and visited an historic Buddhist monastery there. This is where they keep the car (see pic) that the monk Thich Quang Duc drove to Saigon. In protest to the government's anti-Buddhist policies, on June 11, 1963, he sat himself down at the busiest intersection in town, doused himself with gasoline, and lit himself on fire. This turned out to be one of the most famous ...
... a restaurant we were recommended by a Vietnamese lady and it looked like a grubby packed small school canteen, and we didn't really fancy it, pots and pots of mystery meat :/ probs dog...or cat, so we opted for chicken and went to have dinner at KFC (terrible :/) After that we walked around the night market which was MASSIVE!!! There was so many people and it was mega got and sticky but Sam and I bought a pair of ...
... number of people on them varied from one to whole families (apparently against the law but never enforced). The other thing we commented on was the women who all wore long sleeved shirts covering even their hands, and large face masks (not against the pollution of course, but to keep their faces white and (in their culture) beautiful).
Our guide took us past West Lake to arrive at Thang Long Citadel (Dien Bien Phu St, Ba Dinh). Our driver dropped us off but ...