Hanoi A1 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We have discovered Cafe Sua. For those not familiar with this it is strong Vietnamese coffee served with condensed milk and it is delicious!
We got our first taste of this at our hotel, the Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi, not to be confused with The Hilton, which is the name given to the prison by the locals where American POW were kept.
From what we had heard and from the ...
... moonshine. The family then took us to enjoy the number 1 Vietnamese pastime - Karaoke. We belted out a few songs before dragging our sorry selves to bed. The family treated us so well, the mum of the house feeding us fruit at every opportunity and promising she will pray for us, their hospitality second to none. While we were there, we took a boat through Ha long bay and some kayaking in the bays. After being alone in Vietnam and almost invisible in some ...
... made it really interesting for the kids - so we didn't get the usual complaints! We learnt about our chinese zodiac signs and characteristics. Charlie (dragon - a leader), Dan (horse - energetic, able), Indie (rooster- patient, deep thinker) Hmmmm .......
Also learned for the first time about the tensions between China and Vietnam, both on the borders and on the seas - and how the Vietnamese are always concerned about a war with China.
... and probably the best in Hanoi - rocket fuel. We returned to Masterchef where we met a fragile JJ. The heavens opened, tree's fell over and we sheltered until we were full to the brim. On Thursday we got out to Ha Ba Trung District where the roads widen and the stalls are replaced with Banks, Beauticians and Bentley's. Corporate Communism that would have Uncle Ho and second cousin Lenin turning in their grand mausoleum's and scaring the queue's as they shuffle past. The streets ...
... petrol and acetone (I have never drunk either for the record..!) with a hint of dissolved plastic thrown in for good measure. Surprisingly/thankfully, the millipede didn't seem to add anything to the overall flavour of the drink.
Things then took a turn for the worse and a dutch guy (Gordon) who we had been talking to earlier, wanted to get competitive with Mike, which ended up with 3/4 of the bottle vanishing in about 30 seconds. Gordon then decided that he wanted to up ...