Hanoi Queen 2 Hotel
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... from the cave (not fun on a bike with no brakes) there was another cave, which we hopped on a boat to go into. Inside there were lots of bats, and a rock that looked like a Buddha. There was a really old tree, which was nice, and orchards. We walked over to the bird valley bit to find it was a viewing platform high up over the valley, and you could see a couple of birds a few hundred metres away. We cycled back to the hotel, dried off a bit, and realised we need money. ...
... the past the lake was getting over polluted so this turtle was suffering health complications. As a result, the people of Hanoi made an effort to clean up the lake and keep it clean. Interestingly enough there is a folktale about a king who was given a sword by a turtle in this lake to defeat the Chinese. The turtle asked for the sword back once the deed was accomplished, and the king followed this order.
Went to ...
... thing you see when the lift doors open, and all we could say was, WOW!
You could walk all around the top of the building and although we weather meant we couldn’t see quite as far as usual, we still had a wonderful view of Hanoi, and one we wouldn’t usually see. The huge glass walls meant that the whole area is flooded with light and then we found the skywalk, a few square feet of very (thankfully) thick glass which hangs in ...
... bluetooth speaker for Phil at a good price.
It has been a bit of a shopping day as we have bought a few small items while window shopping and dawdling around several streets.
Stopped off for a late light lunch in a bar and then home.
I headed off to the Spa again for a Vietnamese massage while Phil watched a movie and played with his new speaker. Everyone is happy!
For our last ...
... we decided escape was the safest option..It was probably the most manic time either of us had ever experienced , and as it was still early we decided to hoof it back in to Hanoi in search of a banh mi (pork roll) and Vietnamese coffee for breakfast..we found our favourite Highland coffee restaurant and settled for a couple of hours of eating and people watching before our room was ready at the hotel. 10 am came and as soon as we were in our room we crashed ...