Hanoi A1 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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One entire wall displayed pictures of President Clinton visiting Vietnam during his presidency and George Bush welcoming the leader of Vietnam to the White House during his. The walls displayed pictures of Senator John McCain's recent visit to Hoa Lo Prison where he was a ...
... though we were quite happy to sit and wait quietly in our seats. Some of the Israelis with us managed to amalgamate a number of doggy friends in this interval by unloading an entire can of Pringles into their mouths. Admittedly though, these dogs were super cute, and looked unlikely to infect me with rabies. At some point during the rest of the journey my eyes grew blurry and I fell asleep. I was only jolted awake by our sudden arrival at Sword Lake ...
... is quite cheap by western standards, we paid $40/night for a nice clean hotel room, a gourmet 2 course dinner with drinks for two people is about $50 and you can get a beer for $1 at the bars. The people are very friendly and they genuinely care about your well being. Helen celebrated her birthday on our second day in Hanoi. She was fortunate enough to receive 3 birthday cakes (with candles and people sining happy birthday) and presents from our ...
... cock fighting in a park, which I definitely do not condone, but it was interesting to watch. Being a Saturday, people were out in force enjoying the lake, lined with seafood restaurants and big swan paddle boats, or eating an ice-cream on the shores. We walked across the bridge and tried a bo bia ngot from one of the hawkers preparing them on the backs of their bicycles along the way. They are wafter thin pancakes filled with a chunk of honeycomb, shredded coconut and sesame seeds. ...
... pay him the whole fee but I'm sure we still over paid...... Now remember, when I say over paid we are talking about £2 which to them is a lot of money but in context you can live with it! It's more he principle of the whole thing. (Very British)
When we got to our hotel it seemed like a complete oasis amongst the chaos. We've both been to a fair few mad places in our lives but I can safely say my first impression of Hanoi ...