Hanoi Asia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Back for food and packing for our our Halong bay cruise tomorrow. Day 3 and 4: 3rd October Back after Halong bay for 2 days relaxation before hitting sapa, we decided to try the night markets. Savage spot with stalls everywhere, after 7 they close off the streets to traffic making it much nicer to get around. Street stall food is cheap as chips and really good with local brew beer everywhere for 25 cent a beer, score. Day ...
... only recommend going if you already have a strong background of the events that occurred during the the Vietnam War and the Vietnam revolution from the French. We then went to look at more travel companies to book out tours. We eventually found a good tour company and booked with them. They were called Ethnic Travel. We then went to a water puppet show that showcased an ...
... was cool to learn more about after our introduction at the women's museum. It even talked about water puppetry. The coolest part of the museum was the houses (built by members of the respective minority groups) in the outside section of the museum which we were able to go inside. We were excited to eat at a highly rated restaurant on trip advisor (Orchid) but when we got there we learned you need ...
... An meant that all we got to see was the dark abyss of the Vietnamese night, but I got the sense that there was something truly spectacular beyond the black window that I stared at after Harry had nodded off for the evening. On arrival in Hanoi at midday the following day, we found ourselves digging through our backpack for items that hadn't seen the light of day since we left Melbourne: warm clothes. The extra degrees away from the equator into ...
... me and a mochi for Nicole (which I ended up eating as it had a cream center), we boarded a bus to head to a massage parlour Nicole had read good things about. The bus driver must have thought he was driving a tank, the way he ploughed through traffic honking his horn at anything and everything in his way. It's suprising that we didn't witness any accidents here considering how madly everyone seems to drive and the thousands of vehicles on the roads. During the journey a local ...