Hanoi Venus Star Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cinemas around the city but we decided to go to the main cinema which was showing Mainstream films. We decided to walk from our hotel which took 30mins so we could take in a few sights along the way. We walked past Hoam Kiem Lake, which according to the lonely planet is the liquid heart of the old quarter (the district we were staying in). We also walked past lots of clothes shops, which were actually quite fashionable compared to Laos! When we reached the point that the ...
... the names of those who successfully completed their exams between 1442 and 1779.
The grounds incorporated regal red and gold temple buildings, one of which was dedicated to three emperors and housed bronze statues of them. There was also a very large bell and drum, and an art exhibition in one of the courtyards. We walked through the ...
... food is amazing, and we didn't have one plate we didn't like. We also got to know some of the servers, and our most interesting meal was when we let our hostess choose our food for us!
We really enjoyed our time in Hanoi, but at the end of every visit we were yearning to get out of the chaos! While industry, development, and tourism have had a profound effect on this city since our last visit, it is still an amazing city to get lost in!
... some of the traffic to clear and walked up the steps to the view point, it was a pretty view but limited by drizzle and fog. There was a cage of monkeys at the top, these seemed significantly less happy than their free cousins down the hill. The beach, we found out, had been imported as an attraction, made us wonder if this was true for the monkeys also. We came back down the hill and looked at the beach, there were groups of tourists shrugging off jumpers and coats ...
... afternoon sun on our backs was now a fine mist of frigid vapour and what was once a happy cruise was now a dangerous tightrope with visibility down to 15 metres.
To begin with, however, it was all an impressive natural novelty. I donned my ridiculous poncho that covered not just me but my entire bike from handlebars to saddlebags and we wasted no time in taking some moody and atmospheric snaps and videos. Soon, though, our reduced visibility took its toll and it meant ...