Duc Thai Hotel
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... us, but we then realized that they were typical teens who were thoroughly enjoying life. After Paul, the group moved to our kids and me. They then moved onto one of the guards, but he very quickly let them know that he was not allowed to be in any pictures. And off they went to find some other thing to enjoy.
We then paid our $1 entry fee to go into the Ho Chi Minh Museum. We started to go to the third floor and make our way down. This made the most sense to ...
... souvenirs - which was a nice change. Outside you can find stalls selling vegetables, meat, fish and seafood (most of them still alive and swimming in fish tanks). I love fresh food market, so it was great to see it here in Hanoi. When you go inside the building, you can see stalls selling lots of materials to locals, who will use it for their businesses. If you need a few metre cotton or other materials, this seems to be the right place (just check your luggage allowance). Overall it ...
... the first set of stairs, past a full 1st floor and a full second floor. When we got to the third floor we found a spot and set down.
Not really sure what to do we waited if there was a menu coming or not. Instead of a menu our dish arrived already, so it seems to be a one-dish restaurant. I really start to like them. You get only one dish but that dish has been perfected by the family for generations.
A quite large bowl af garlic and chilli and ...
... balls and pork belly and vegetable. The technique is to somehow get a load of noodles on your chopsticks and then dunk them in the soup for flavour. To be honest this wasn't really a culinary highlight but it is a 'must do' in hanoi so at least we gave it a go. Another low key but interesting day in Hanoi! Day 53 We woke up at a reasonable time today so we had breakfast at the hotel. We had our lasts bowl of pho in pho country and headed ...
... to an Aussie couple who were there with their two children. For dinner we ended up on another balcony and enjoyed our cheapest beer yet at 40p a pint.
First breakfast at the new hotel was... interesting. We thought we'd came across a breakfast staple- toast only to find it was sweet bread. Instead started the day with noodles and rice- how Vietnamese of us!
Headed to the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum but unfortunatley ...