Hanoi Street Hotel

Address: 1a Ngo Hang Bong Street, Hanoi, +844, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1a Ngo Hang Bong Street, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Duong Lam, and Wide Eyed Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Hanoi

    Sapa

    A travel blog entry by katesea on Jul 18, 2015

    On Monday 6th July we got a bus to Sapa to begin out trek. I originally chose to volunteer at a school but after looking at the trekking option it would have meant I would have missed out on Sapa. I'm so glad I chose the trekking option as the week was amazing! I had to pack 5 days worth of things in a tiny backpack and obviously packed light as I would have to carry it on the trek - surprisingly I managed to do it! Sapa is a town high in the mountains and is actually a lot bigger than ...

    First day here!

    A travel blog entry by penguinkai on Jun 16, 2015

    8 photos

    ... I hesitated to take pictures of these kids. Though I did want to remember them, photographing children in this setting seemed inappropriate. It seemed belittling of their culture in the sense that this was just some "exotic" experience I was having with the locals that I wanted captured on film. I didn't want to instill in them the notion that having the photo is what makes the experience valuable, not the experience itself. Even though ...

    Leg 12: Hoi An to Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by thegales on Apr 22, 2015

    5 photos

    ... An meant that all we got to see was the dark abyss of the Vietnamese night, but I got the sense that there was something truly spectacular beyond the black window that I stared at after Harry had nodded off for the evening. On arrival in Hanoi at midday the following day, we found ourselves digging through our backpack for items that hadn't seen the light of day since we left Melbourne: warm clothes. The extra degrees away from the equator into ...

    Just a pair of bairns

    A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Apr 11, 2015

    13 photos

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    Bustling Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by happynomads15 on Apr 08, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... hazard.

    Some puppets are simply attached to a long pole, while others are set on a floating base, in turn attached to a pole. Most have articulated limbs and heads, some also have rudders to help guide them. In the darkened auditorium it looks as if they are literally walking on the water.

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