Holiday Gold Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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We arrived in Hanoi via the 15hr night train from Hue. The journey was surprisingly pleasant, as we had paid a little more for a soft-sleeper cabin with only 4 bunk beds per cabin. Head room was greatly improved from last time, and we shared with several locals, who came and went at various points in the night (we made sure our belongings were …
... to meet her at university, and we set off. We went straight past the cinema, but I assumed she knew a better one. 25 minutes later we hop on the back of another students bike. I now have no idea where I am, and I'm around 35% sure I'm going to get mugged, when we stop and all my fellow volunteers pop out from behind a corner in armed to be the teeth! They weren't there to mug me though, they had organised a surprise paintball party. Paintball was awesome, ...
... and say "Hello, I'm not alone" (that could have been embarrassing). Despite my plane being late, the flight to Hanoi flew by (not apologizing, pun completely intended :P )uneventfully and at 23:40 local time, I arrived). Despite it only being 21 degrees, the humidity was quite something. Picked up my visa with ease and no problems at all (which everyone behind me suffered from). I was even the first person to pick up their luggage from ...
... go tramping about the city knowing that we have twenty four hours of travel ahead of us to get back home. We were hoping to visit the Military Museum and the old Citadel which were very close to the hotel, but this being a Friday means both were closed (contrary to the information on thier website) which was a shame.
So that leaves us with a fair few hours to kill before catching the flight back to Birmingham via Bangkok (with Thai Airways) and then onwards ...