Hanoi Fortune Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with danger. Even crossing the road when you have a green light is still a dangerous event. The best thing to do is not look at the oncoming traffic, just walk. The scooter riders will then avoid you. So far so good.
The lovely tree lined streets in the newer part of town are also very quiet compared to the Old Quarter. Lots of new buildings and cafes everywhere. Finally we make it to the bus station, and with tickets in hand we walk ...
... this is where most of the backpackers who come to Hanoi stay). We got talking and after explaining i'd spent the last month biking from Saigon to Hanoi, he told me he'd just been looking to buy a motorbike to complete the very same journey, in reverse. To cut a long story short, we walked back to the old quarter together. I sold him the Honda, picked up my backpack and began looking for a place to stay. Once i'd gotten settled, i had the usual explore and tried to gather maps ...
... in a bamboo boat rowed by a scrawny little Viet girl through some nooks and crannies - great experience! Then we motored around Halong Bay and stopped at Sung Sot cave where we walked up steps into an amazing cave and come out the top. Even here we could buy a coke or a t-shirt. With the typhoon heading our way all boats headed back to harbour. 3 more hours on a bus and back at hotel ...
... cancelled with Ricardo and Pauline before ordering up room service and running a nice hot bath. This was so cool, they even had a TV over the bathtub!
Pirates of the Caribbean, a nice steak dinner and the softest cosiest bed was all we needed to have the perfect evening.
Good thing too, as we had to be up at 5am to catch our flight to Hue at ...
... fittings at the tailor. Lunches were cheap baguette sandwiches, a leftover gift from the French occupancy, in addition to sweets sold on the street, like doughnuts. Yum! I also woke up for Tai Chi at sunrise on the beach.
A few days in Hoi An was not enough but we headed back to Hanoi in time for an afternoon and evening in the Old Quarter before our trip to Halong Bay. I realize now just how much there is to see in Vietnam and while ...