Hanoi Venus Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... done once. At home you don't run around barefooted all the time :-). Although it would improve the working atmosphere if everybody is coming to work in summer clothing! Deze middag hebben we redelijk veel en laat gegeten dus pas tegen een uur of 9 's avonds vraagt onze maag terug aandacht. Om de hoek in de nr8 van 838 restaurants in Hanoi volgens Tripadvisor, Bun Bo Nam Bo, gaan we hun enige en gelijknamige gerecht eten. Intussen is hun menu ...
... and had my newly purchased $3 hat stolen while in the airport. I arrived around 1:30AM in Kuala Lumpur at the very nice Backhome KL hostel and got a much needed shower and sleep. I spent most of the next day exploring the city, which I found near impossible to navigate even with a map, and flew out in the evening for Hanoi, Vietnam.
Although many say the driving is insane in Hanoi, it was not as bad as Indonesia as people drove at ...
... describes the communist crackdown on South Vietnam at its strongest in the 1980s; the economy was in free-fall and the ideological reeducation was in full flow. Today, however, it appears that capitalism is king. Everywhere you look, someone is trying to sell you something: a motorbike ride, a cheap souvenir, a bowl of steaming pho. Whilst the one-party state might still be in the ascendancy, it appears to have largely abandoned its economic ideology. I always thought ...
... Halong Bay and Hanoi.
Kids are tired now and begged for KFC last night. After a nice greasy dose of KFC, there were three smiling faces. Paul, Scott and I found the local Bun Chao - pork and noodles dish in a little local restuarant and we weren't disappointed. For $200000 dong ($10) we had 3 bowls of Bun Chao, 2 beers and 2 waters.
... to check out the temple of literature, which was the first university and a tribute to Vietnam's top scholars. This was meant to be a very serene experience, apart from the hundreds of school children (equipped with whistles?!) who decided to practice their English with us. We ended up having lunch down a little alleyway with a selection of about 3 things on the menu. More noodles consumed we headed over to The Prison, or 'the Hilton of Hanoi' as it was nicknamed by the ...