Thuy Lam Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... dodging the various vendors and tourists to the Quan Chuong Gate. This gate is the only surviving gate into the original Vietnamese citadel that was destroyed by the French. I like looking at city gates, so this was a good stop. The gate is still used today by motorbikes and bicyclists. At this point it was getting a bit late. I had attempted to rush to get to the Bach Ma Temple, and when I arrived at 4:50 I found that the temple had already been closed down ...
... to Hanoi for midday Sunday.
And this is were the fun really started:) The bus company was supposed to pick me up form my hotel at 12:30. Ready and prepared I'm waiting in the lobby... Waiting 12:40, waiting 12:50 no bus.I wanted to go the the travel agency and see why there was a delay. The agency was 10mins walk away.I realize it does not sound like a long journey, but being ill and with a 20kg backpack in 35 degrees, is rather challenging. Therefore, I asked the ...
... her phone as per. For dinner we decided to walk somewhere new and found these insanely busy streets with hundreds of Vietnamese sat on tiny stalls. We found a restaurant and I decided to bite the bullet and try Pho, which is basically noodle soup. It was okay, but I'm not going to recreate the recipe at home or anything. We got back to the hotel pretty late, and the 3 of us watched the new Made in Chelsea before falling asleep. ...
... shallots then star anise, cinnamon and black cardamon are added as it cooks all night. A duck (vit) variation features whole ducks boiled for the stock. The carcasses are piled high on the cart and chopped up on top of the bowl along with piles of fresh greens and ground peanuts, lime and chille. At 8 in the morning the sidewalks are crammed with locals sitting in circles around tiny plastic tables slurping their noodles en route to work.
... noodles, some cilantro, peanuts, onions, shredded, and a sauce. They bring a pan with fried fish and put it on a burner at you table. Then they dump greens over the fish and cook for a short time. Then you put the noodles in the bowl, onions, cilantro and peanuts with sauce and put the fish mixture over it. Delicious!
After lunch we went to the Ethnology Museum and first walked around the outside where they had houses from different ethnic groups and ...