Hanoi Queen 2 Hotel
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We arrived in Hanoi around 5am and headed straight to our hotel for some more sleep. Our room wasn't ready yet but they gave us a double room to use, so the three of us snuggled into the double bed, it was cosy, I kept thinking 'there's three in the bed and the little one said....'. A few hours later feeling sufficiently rested, we showered and moved into our triple room (much better) with a balcony that over looked the little street we stayed on. After ...
I just had a relaxing day in Hanoi, staying in the 'old quarter'. This is what most people think of when they think of an Asian town.
Every street seems to have a different theme. One block could be hardware, next haberdashery, the next Christmas decorations.
On the edge of the old quarter is a lake with a ...
... hold it together. But Ive been in that room for 3 weeks and watched this child be force fed and its awful but there is only so much one volunteer can do. And the amazing thing about this - in two times that Alicia has fed him, he began to chew his food today. Its unreal how incredible this small but HUGE accomplishment is. In two feedings this happened. And he was giggling and smiling and laughing. We also found out today that the rest of the ...
... from generation to generation. You can recognise them by
dressing while they are both very famous of handicraft. You will enjoy
walking among local people. The trip also offers you the opportunity to
visit the local houses. You will return Sapa by car. Rest of the day is
at your leisure. You are free to explore Sapa markets until transfer to
the station for an overnight train backs to Hanoi.
... of gruesome images and stories of how the French captured all those that fought against occupation. T&I loved the story of the great escape through the sewers...a bit like a real life Shawshank redemption.
Then we jumped in a taxi for the short ride for lunch at the Metropole, which is the old classic French colonial hotel...like stepping back in time. A strawberry ...