Hanoi Cozy Hotel

No 6 Cau Go street, Hanoi, 0084, Vietnam | 2 star hotel
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Tight tunnels, custom suits and British weather

A travel blog entry by waughs


... no pictures in their menu. As such we ate some random but tasty chicken and pork dishes and four baguettes (perhaps the Thai for baguettesounds like rice?). After Danang we sidled onto Hoi An.

We had heard it would be beautiful, similar to Luang Prabang in Laos, but when we saw it we were beyond excited. It was a charming limewashed town with a centre which was largerly pedestrianised and with paved riverbanks free from kamikaze scooter drivers. The place was a ...

Destination Hanoi, Durian carriage, Dead people

A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet


... off to show her how it's done. Around the corner I get screamed at for 2000 Dong. I refuse, scrunch up my bladder, and turn on my heel. My toilet efforts have also failed.
J-she stocks up at the railway snack bar just in case our laughing cow rolls are inedible. I wait for the train to turn up to use the onboard toilet, lucky for me and my bladder, it's actually on time.
We find our our carriage and the girls we came into town with wish us 'good luck' as they board their ...

Good morning, Vietnam!

A travel blog entry by jemraven


... experiencing the predictable set of emotions and thoughts: "Wow this is exciting", "I'm scared, I want to go home", "How do you actually say "That's everything I have, please don't kill me" in Vietnamese?", "AHHHHH WHAT HAVE I DONE?!?!". I was sat by a Vietnamese chap called Nicky who was the same age as me and was flying back home from the UK after studying there for 6 years, so we were chatting for some time (11 hours on a plane ...

Hannoi Vietnam

A travel blog entry by skeetstravel


... over time, complete with magical turtle and buried swords in the bottom of the lake. People now give offerings as if they were a God, and what offerings, beer, cigarettes, fruit, food and masses of it and of course money. We have learnt that temples are dedicated to great people and pagodas to Buddah. All the Buddahs here look Chinese and some have beards.Manage to walk the old quater, amazing how each street specialises in a certain trade or product, shoes, ...

Palaces and Propaganda

A travel blog entry by margd


Nam picked us up really early and walked us around to a little square where 3 people in blue and white were waiting to demonstrate Tai Chi. After a translated explanation and a demo to music we were given a lesson. (I don't think it's my thing!) After breakfast, off to see the Hoan Kiem Lake a very pretty lake in the centre of the city. We crossed the Morning Sun Bridge to see the Tortoise Pagoda where the tortoise was supposed to have got a sword from the ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on No 6 Cau Go street, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Night Market, and Duong Lam.
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