Hanoi Capital Hotel
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... which is the original Capitol city. They have limestone mountains that surround it for protection. The pagodas are low so that you are closer to the heavens when you visit them. We learned all about the different architectures and animal meanings. We then took a bike ride through the mountains and villages. It was wonderful. We stopped to sample some lychee fruits. They are sweet. Tech views ...
... you certainly cant believe the forecast , it's supposed to have been getting sunny for 3 days now.
Is it lunchtime yet? Do we really need any food? Yep, it's gooood.
Off for a fishy lunch in the Old Quarter as advised by Thu. It's not street food but it's damn good, the waiter even cooks it for you. I've go the hang of this one and go to add the ingredients to the sizzling pan on our table, the waiter halts me, ...
After our first couple days in Hanoi we are thoroughly impressed. Despite it being a bustling city filled with crowded streets and crazy traffic, it is one of the cleanest cities that I've ever been to. The people are wonderful and the food is just as good (especially the street food). Today we visited the Ho Chi Minh Museum and Mausoleum. The museum was by far one of the best museums I've ever been to (and I've been to quite a few). The architecture and the interior ...
Janey wanted to go and get some atmospheric photos at the main station this morning. In fact the station is a rather disappointing Communist style affair, and, there were hardly any people there. So while we were in that part of Hanoi we followed the Lonely Planet's advice and took another taxi to the Temple of Literature, not expecting too much. However, it was lovely. Built, or at ...
... long journey I decided to skip that region. I still wish I would've gone though, hahaha... And I hope the good impressions of these last days will hold on and not turn into another Hanoi-like depression. Still I'm having a great time and wake up every day with a grateful feeling for having the chance to do this. Life wasn't always easy but looking back it was those hard times that make me appreciate my current situation this much. PMA all day! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking