Hanoi Aurora Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... her with your travel queries and to organise any tours/transfers... She's your lady. Nobody has argued otherwise from people I've spoken to and Trip Advisor. She has no idea (well maybe now!) that I'm declaring my love for her on here. But honestly, she rightfully deserves all those excellent 5* reviews. TOP BABE. So there you have it ladies/ladettes and gentlemen/lads (you know which one you are), my list of top things to do in Hanoi... Go get that flight ...
... communicated to us through hand gestures and pointing. Although things got abit creepy when we alone and he whispered in my ear that I was beautiful. I took that as a que to make a pretty swift exit! Especially as I was close to buying their two fattened up puppies which they were gunna cook for a dinner :( As the day progressed, the sun was beginning to set, and we were still up high in the mountains still miles from civilisation. At this point Mary Jane was ...
... It was so not in our cabin that most of us had moved in to the hallway. Mind when Long realised he went and told the train conductor that we were dying and he managed to get it going again.
Ella managed to wet willy Mika. It was the funniest thing she shot up and shouted at ella, 'that disgusting, I hate you' ( in a Chinese accent). You really have to hear it for its full effect. We then had to go on and ...
... European influence here. The city centre is protected by Unesco. I had a great time in Hoi An. Beautiful place, great food and ridiculously cheap beer! The cheapest one I found (yes it was drinkable) costed only 2000 dong per glass. That is just over €0,07! And it's fresh as well. It is called 'Bia Hoi', and locally brewn, the same day or a couple of days beforehand. It is not as strong as the pilsner we are used to in Belgium, but very tasty from time to ...
... hotel rooms, there is a noticeable lack of available electric outlets for your devices. The food and accommodations in Hanoi are very reasonable. For example, I'm paying only US$15 a night for a clean, private, air-conditioned room with a free breakfast, free Wifi and cable TV. Although it's a comfortable 75 degrees here, the next three days in Siem Real should be almost 100 degrees!