Duc Thai Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not unpacked my rain jacket or the rain cover for the backpack. So much for planning ahead! Anyway, there was no time to do anything about it, we just had to go. We got on to a small boat that would take us to the harbor - Vera, Michael and me. The boat was the kind with the top covered, but with all sides open. We the rain was falling sideways, and the sea was rough so it was splashing into the boat. The dock was just about 10 minutes away, and just as ...
... old stairs. When you reached the top there was a small dingy room full of people sitting on small plastic chairs drinking coffee. The atmosphere was as amazing as the iced coffee, the local people are avid coffee drinkers and the strength of the coffee would keep you awake all day. We later visited the French Quarter where Linh pointed out the bullet marks in the iron railings surrounding the French Embassy when it was ...
... plastic baskets of food demanding he make a purchase. He has to dodge men spitting and people pushing carts of pixelated produce, scoring points for every pixelated obstacle successfully dodged. Taxis and buses enter the fray before he finally arrives at the Vietnam Museum of History.
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The Vietnam History Museum features a few interesting artifacts from Bronze Age Vietnam and the obligatory life ...
... br> Here are some of the FOOD items that you must try when visiting Hanoi. All ...
... which was made up of pineapple, banana, mango, sugar and yoghurt apparently. Becky got another tea. We headed out and wandered the streets of Hanoi for a little. We took the time to consider what we had enjoyed most about our visit so far and that inspired me to appreciate some of Hanoi's quirks. Despite the boat and the food on the trip we took to Halong bay, I have to say that the caves had been my favourite moment so far. I was in awe of the natural ...