Hanoi Capital Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the food tastes SO BAD. Like it's had dirty fish in it or something. No1 eats it. So finish lunch hungry. For lunch we sat with the Australian mum and daughter and 1 Korean guy. They give us some info on Oz which is helpful. Water meant to be free but it's not, cokes etc 30,000 which is double what it is anywhere else, cocktails are loads. Con. Con. Con. Go to Dry Cave, it's very big and quite interesting and "NaNa" (tour guide) points out certain ...
... There is often a dark side to all great discoveries and that of Halong Bay is the rubbish floating on the Chinese Sea.: it looks nearly like a public dump. We noted the fact to our guide but it is a problem difficult to resolve because it is a universel problem of all the seas.. Oh how we mistreat our Mother-Earth... One day it might turn against us ,and we have signs that it has already started. But this rather sad note does not stop us from marveling to the. Extraordinary beauty of ...
... coffee at the Highland Cafe, then now about 4.00pm we went next door to the Military Museum, but guess what it was closed for the day. Luckily we had been there on our previous visit! As it was now raining quite heavily, so we headed back to our hotel for some shelter and a Hanoi beer. Jackie took this opportunity to watch a YouTube video about the Oriental Express, our train to take us to Sapa. It dawned on us that the only place to sit was in our cabin which we were ...
... heard over the tannoy, which is above your head mingled with the spaghetti bunch of wires draped from lampposts and trees and which presumably supply the electricity!
As far as the sights of Hanoi go, the smaller temples were the most interesting with arrays of water, beer and Pepsi bottles, shortbread biscuits, fruits and money offered at the shrine. Many of these are dedicated to the deities of rural communities whose people now live in the city but ...
... found it.
Ive never experienced so much sadness and beauty all in one place - and have never felt more satisfied and happy with what Ive accomplished in my life than what Ive accomplished here in Ba Vi - and the magnitude of accomplishments between my "Canadian" accomplishments and my "Ba Vi" accomplishemnts are not even on the same scale which is what makes it so beautiful - tomorrow, I will arrive at the centre and put a smile on ...