Hanoi Street Hotel

1a Ngo Hang Bong Street, Hanoi, +844, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Vietnam: A Beautiful Country with Beautiful People

A travel blog entry by lswers


... Coffee shops line the streets and induce a shmoozing, conversational culture. It is a coffee lover's paradise. Every morning I found a coffee shop and inevitably ended up in a conversation with someone. One conversation was with a 65-year old man originally from Iraq but living in Australia the past 30 years, who was just visiting because he "wanted to check out Vietnam." I hope I'm 65 and still yearning to learn and explore. When he said he was from Iraq I was like, ...

Hilton, fannys and new hotel!

A travel blog entry by anna2238


... as dedicated to Vietnamese politic prisoners who were held hostage by the Viet cong during the war and talked about the things they had endured. There also a number of female political prisoners who had children while in custody and the conditions were squalor. The rooms were on an angle so that there feet, which were cuffed into a bar, were higher than there head.. So ultimately they couldn't lie down same al the blood rushing to your head is torture ...

Hanoi around again...

A travel blog entry by leighroy1985


... the tour, the day was spent with the friends i had made. We decided to visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Unfortunately, we were informed that pants were a requirement as a sign of respect, so, reluctantly, we all went to change from shorts into pants. We were all a little disappointed when we arrived and saw that the majority of people were in shorts! Nevertheless, it was certainly worthwhile to see, the amount of respect for Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam ...

Don't believe everything you read

A travel blog entry by brettandemma


... Travel bus. Although the bus really didn't look to bad at all and as we got on we saw the bus was brand new, had coloured led lights, Leather single reclinable seats/beds and best of all wifi! It was like a spaceship! So good in fact Emma got so excited and left our bag of food and sweets on the side of the road. So our hope that Camel Travel had changed hands since 2010 was true and we had the best journey we have had so far! Don't believe everything you read ...

Hokey Halong, Hello cave, Hows the singing

A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet


... sleep on the floor? This trip is not starting off well…

We are shipped like sheep, albeit in a very plush upper deck dining room, to each tourist site, whereupon we are tendered across to shuffle around in cold, grey weather with the other 50 million tourists. ‘Amazing cave’ isn’t amazing, we saw much better at Phong Nha and the shuffle of literally thousands of tourists through the cavern is grating on me. I point out the big, ...

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This hotel, located on 1a Ngo Hang Bong Street, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Wide Eyed Tours, and Hun Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52.
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