Hanoi A1 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... and lo and behold the traffic somehow magically weaves around you, but you don't hesitate you just walk. By the end of our first day I felt like an expert street crosser :)
The small hotel was perfect. It may have had 6 rooms, but perhaps just 3. As soon as we walked in they asked us to sit in the lobby and they brought us each a glass of watermelon juice. They brought our backpacks upstairs for us and there were rose petals decorating ...
... six nights in total! What a place. I've heard so many people claim it to be their favourite stop along the way and I can understand why. As I explained before it was architecturally and culturally such a beautiful little town. The beach was a ten minute scoot away and the marble mountains were a thirty minute scoot away. Both of which we did. A group of us rented some scooters, planed a route and took off to the marble mountains - an arbitrary collection of ...
... how when you are a kid/moody teenager, the words 'museum visit' normally make you want to moan/roll your eyes (I love a good eye-roll, still do), but I'm all over museums now. LOVE THEM. Love a bitta history and facts. FACT: Hanoi has some great ones. Go check out its 'Women's Museum', with its great exhibition exploring the role of women in Vietnam, focussing on the areas of culture, family life, work, wartime and fashion. My personal favourite was ...
... same experiences I could have at home, but if this was a town where you spent a bulk of time and formed your only opinion of Vietnamese people, I think you'd walk away disappointed.... I still think my most favourite part of Vietnam was the Back of The Bike tours in HCMC. I've been recommending them like crazy to anyone who will listen! If you're heading there, check them out at www.backofthebike.com!! I can't help but plug them wherever I can! Cambodia remains the ...
... is. The driver is around our age and it is nice to be in a decent car for a change. It is a huge Mazda pickup without rattling taximeter, walky-talky or anything else. It's a pity the driver doesn't have too much to say. De 'Marble Mountain' is een mooi Chinees geïnspireerd tempeltje op een heuvel met een aantal grotten. In deze regio wordt enorm veel marmer ontgonnen en heb je het ene bedrijfje naast het andere dat marmeren beelden, tegels of keuken- ...