Hanoi Cozy Hotel

Address: No 6 Cau Go street, Hanoi, 0084, Vietnam | 2 star hotel
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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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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Chaotic capital with character

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Mar 25, 2015

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... also ein wenig durch die Stadt und schauten uns Pagoden, Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum und den großen West Lake an und endeten unseren Spaziergang im Old Quarter. Auch wenn dieses Viertel voll von Motorrädern und Menschen und absolute chaotisch ist, finde ich es dennoch sehr spannend. Man könnte stundenlang durch die kleinen Straßen wandern und Leute, Waren, Häuser und co. beobachten! Am Abend kehrten wir uns dann unserer Lieblingsbeschäftigung in Hanoi zu: ...

Hanoi sightseeing

A travel blog entry by logiburtn on Mar 03, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... same for the next 45 mins, I can't say we loved it. But it was an experience none the less. When we exited all the tour buses were lined up along the street. Was so glad we didn't have to get on one. We wandered back along the lake side to find some restaurants. Found a nice Vietnamese place 2 storeys up overlooking the lake. We had a drink and 2 local dishes. Was a nice way to finish the day. A lot more relaxed and a few Vietnamese beers to help. Hanoi Beer and Bear ...

26 hours of crazy driving

A travel blog entry by emilyroberts93 on Jan 29, 2015

We're glad to get out of Vientiane, no more listening to people spit and offers of drugs. Driving in Southeast Asia is already scary but imagine being on a double decker bus at the very front in the dark with one mad driver for 26 hours. It was terrifying. The driver clearly had no patience and wanted to overtake at any chance possible. Even on blind bends with the biggest drops below. The most terrifying experience was when he decided ...


A travel blog entry by simonannals on Jan 08, 2015

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... all directions as the pavements are obstructed with parked scooters and cooking stalls. When it comes to crossing the road the advice is just walk across and don't stop. This seems suicidal, but we haven't witnessed a crash yet. Lots of near misses though! We weaved through the streets which is a cacophony of beeping and shouting sounds, passing rows of shoe shops, gravestone shops and jewellery shops. We then arrived at the impressive Bach Ma Temple said to be ...

Now, where is the quiet coach?

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Dec 22, 2014

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... rate for the first kilometre and then the rate for the next thirty kilometres on the door. Generally the taxi metre will start automatically - only once did we have a driver attempt to not use the metre so we just got out as he wanted an exorbitant rate for what was a short trip . . . . . although the next one seemed keen to hide the taxi metre with his hat! As a rule of thumb the taxis were around 10-12,000 Vietnamese Dong (or about 35p) per kilometre so with a bit of checking ...