Hoa Binh Hotel

27 Ly Thuong Kiet St., Hanoi, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 27 Ly Thuong Kiet St., Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Wide Eyed Tours, and Night Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Hanoi

    Dirt biking, epic bus rides and Police chases...

    A travel blog entry by jakepaul on May 25, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... The sun dropped behind the mountains, food was demolished (stir fried buffalo meat and rice for me) and we all agreed that it would probably be a good idea to give any local homebrew a wide berth from here on in.

    The next day presented more of the same as the previous day (minus the drinking). Within five hours we were being pulled into a miniature jetty which we were assured was Luang Prabang. However, one of fellow travelers on the boat had read somewhere that this was ...

    The Nation's Capital

    A travel blog entry by david-victoria on Mar 11, 2014

    5 comments, 15 photos

    We travelled, once more, by overnight train from Hue to Hanoi - the capital of Vietnam; we had a slightly more upmarket carriage this time, although the track was the same, unfortunately! The train arrived in Hanoi at 4.30am. We had arranged to be picked up by the hotel, but something had obviously got lost in translation somewhere along the line because it transpired the driver had gone to the airport.....

    We had to get a taxi (of which there were plenty ...

    Hanoi and Martin.....

    A travel blog entry by peacocks2014 on Feb 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... evening, dark and very dismal. We had arranged to be met by a taxi driver. He, ironically, reminded me of a slightly oriental version of Charles Hawtrey which helped me complete my "Carry On" theme in a highly satisfactory manner.

    The airport is an hours drive from the city and most of the journey seemed to be passing through endless factory units and derelict warehouses. It was a stark contrast to the bright and brash metropolis of HCMC.
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    Tet means tradition

    A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman on Jan 30, 2014

    1 comment, 93 photos

    ... to our Christmas in the US but the similarities are only on the surface ie, shopping, colourful decorations, eating special foods, visiting friends. But that’s where the comparisons end. The tradition behind this goes much deeper and they have held to the practices for over a 1000 years. In the West stores used to close on Christmas and New Years day but that stopped many years ago when making a buck became more important than tradition. Here everything closes (except ...

    Pho, Frogger and Effing Smog!

    A travel blog entry by susanbetteridge on Dec 29, 2013

    4 photos

    ... our hotel and stopped for massages, Julie got a 30-min foot massage and I got a 30-min neck and back, both for $11 US. Julie was a bit peckish so we stopped at a cafe around 8 or 9p for a tea and a small bite, Julie had a croque monsieurre, I had spring rolls. Food was just ok again but we were satiated enough. We were exhausted after that, ready to relax and call it a night. Good night, Hanoi, I'll take a puff of my inhaler and be thankful for the amazingly blessed life we ...