Hanoi Asia Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... breakfast we set out to explore the city. It was impossible to walk on the pavements as they were covered in parked bikes, cars, boxes, merchandise, chairs, people and even a chicken or two. You therefore end up walking along the busy roads a lot of the time. Crossing the roads is quite nerve racking the first few times also. Even when you are at a pedestrian crossing everyone keeps zooming towards you - there were a few close shaves during our time here. We soon learnt how to ...
... The girls were so hungry by then that we didn’t give our well-meaning guides time to order the wide variety of food that they would have liked us to sample, but as it was there was more food than we could eat anyway. It was a reasonably expensive restaurant, popular with Asian tourists, and the bill for six of us was about $25 – a nice change from wallet-busting Sydney.
I had fond memories of Hanoi from the last time I was here, when friend Renee and ...
We flew from Hue to Hanoi which was an hours flight, once we arrived we had to get our fleeces out as it was so much colder. We got a car into the city and checked into our hotel the Sofitel Metropole, looking around at some of the display cabinets we noticed a piece of shrapnel mounted on a stand that was presented to the hotel in 2013 by Joan Baez the 60s folk singer / ...
... t up to scratch, but the writing on the walls spoke a lot about the philosopher Confucius, so in retrospect, I wonder if he was the figure found in the shrine. As we exited through the panels of the shrine, Becky and I noticed that the step out was far higher than the step through which we had entered, leading us to believe that we had exited through a window. How many of you can say you've jumped out the window of a Vestige? We soon left the temple and headed past the train ...
... and trailers.
It had a real busy harbour feel to it which I could only witness from my cramped seat.
However in town we switched to a normal overland bus and set off to Hanoi.
We arrived at a Bus station just a couple of blocks away from our magnificent Hotel that we should reside in this night. The famous Hanoi Metropole Hotel.
Our backpacks strapped on we evaded the taxi touts and made our way through the ...