Joy Journey Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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I've got to describe what it is like walking along the street in Hanoi's Old Quarter, because you literally do have to walk on the street very often. The reason being that a lot of shops have goods on display and cafes have these children's size seats and tables on the pavement which often block the pavement along with the hundreds of motor bikes parked on the pavement as well. So you walk along the pavement for a bit then ...
... headquarters and army barracks. Not imposing at all! It was being made ready for the 2nd September celebrations with a rousing march from the mausoleum to the lake in the old quarter (1 hour of marching).
As we walked through the gardens, Tan our guide explained how government worked in Vietnam and gave us a really fabulous talk on their history. This was really an eye opener! Neither of us had realised that right up until the early 90s Vietnam ...
... music. The puppets are brilliantly controlled by puppeteers who stand in waist deep water behind dark curtains & manoeuvre these puppets in graceful, complicated movements. Amazing! Didn't really understand the tales but it was simple fun - funny, exciting, happy & enjoyed by all. Totally worth the $5 entry fee. So after a late and forgettable dinner it was time to wrap up another day in busy, bustling, noisy, funny, amazing ...
... flew to KL at 6:40am. So yeah.
That explains why I really didn't throw any jackets into my suitcase and only brought 1 super thin Zalora's cardigan and all the summer dresses and ...
... the time we found out this second hotel had nothing to do with the first hotel we were already sitting in the lobby arguing about why we weren't going to pay any more. But, because this hotel had nothing to do with the first, we had two options - stay here and pay the extra dollar a night, or go elsewhere, risking a fairly good deal on the principle that we had been duped. That wasn't all of course. The hotel only had one room - so we would have to share with our ...