Hanoi Luxor Hotel
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We just enjoyed most of our last day walking around in Hanoi. Short description is: - early typical Vietnamese breakfast: Bun Rieu Cua (paddy crab noddle soup) - walked to several monuments such as: Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, flag tower, 1 pillar Pagoda, Army museum and Temple of Literature. - had fried seafood rice and pastries - Kim bought a Vespa …
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DAY 9: from Hanoi to Ninh Binh Ninh Binh is a small little city near the Tam Coc area. We wanted to visit the latter because it's a beautiful world heritage location: rice fields, populated by limestone carsts that pop up like mushrooms, sliced by a waterbed that serpentines between the 2 of them. Early morning we wanted to make our way to the …
Today we woke up at around 7 AM. We got ready then left with our guide to go on a city tour for the day in Hanoi. Our first stop was at the Ho Chih Minh Mausoleum. Ho Chih Minh is the man that liberated Vietnam from the French in the war. He is highly respected in Vietnam, and is an amazing inspirational man. At the Mausoleum, we learned about him …
Today we woke up early at 7 AM. We ate a good breakfast on the junk boat, and then got ready to go on a small row boat ride. We all got onto the shuttle boat, and then went to get onto the smaller row boats. On these small wood boats, we rowed through a cave into a bay, which was peaceful and very nice. After the short ride, we …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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