Hanoi Moment Hotel 2
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My apologies for not updating my honeymoon at all! Thing is, there was nothing much to update about; nothing that is of your business. =P Kidding!
The trips were mind-blowing fantabulous! If you're really interested, attached below are the snippets of the jolly good time we both had in Hanoi and Hong Kong (in another entry).
... all sorts from their wicker baskets suspended over their shoulders. To cross the road here you just have to start walking and hope they go around you, the bikes must outnumber the cars 50/1 here it even made Bangkoks streets look quiet.
We found a local restaurant for a bite to eat and a beer and then found a rock bar ironically belting out old American classics. It was the perfect way to end the perfect day until Vietnamese Tina Turner got on stage and ...
... of the buildings
looked old. I was getting warmer.
Then, a fellow emerged from a tiny lane
and mumbled something, perhaps in English, and then made the sign of
the cross. He walked behind me, muttering, and then spoke some
French. Somewhat disturbed by this stalker, I slowed and soon he was
by my side. At the next intersection, he grabbed my hand and charged
ahead, avoiding slowing taxis and motorcyclists. Safetly across, he
... poking us, we moved out of their way and I had my bag safe and told Tim to check his pockets. Sadly the words that come out of Tim’s mouth confirmed my worst fears "My phones gone". For what it was worth we went to the police station but the officers were more interested in playing Candy Crush on their iPhones than they were about trying to get Tim’s back. The little street urchins are as cunning as they are fast, knowing to turn off the phone ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
i love everything about this hotel. thank you service staff!
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