Joy Journey Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... We walked around the 36 streets, or Hangs as they are called, named after the guild that was established on the different roads in the 13th century (silver, silk, etc). Dong Xuan market was fascinating to explore, and we went into the small Bach Ma temple, the oldest in the city. In the centre of Hanoi is Hoan Kiem Lake (Lake of the Restored Sword), named after the magical sword that was sent to the Emperor in the 15th century used to drive the Chinese ...
... Two waters and two bowls of these noodles costed us around ten dollars. With full stomachs we moved on towards the night markets. The markets were huge and seemed to go on forever. We had only made it through one half of the markets before disaster struck. In a lapse of better judgment and a poor effort on my part I left my phone in my pocket after checking the time. A few steps later and I noticed that I couldn't feel it in my pocket anymore. I asked mol if I had just ...
... So I am hopeful that someone will take on this role after I leave next week - we also took Duong outside again! 2 days in a row :) and he LOVES it! There was a visitor in our room today (I Dont know who it was?? They didnt tell us) but they brought the kids bread and candy and the staff dont watch the kids with it so they all ate like 50 pieces of candy before I noticed so we had a crazy sugar filled day. Ill post pics ...
... a really nice stir fry. Finished up back in KTown for cocktails. Treated like royalty as they recognised us. Had to have our picture taken with the owner. David Lee. Next day we were off to Hoi An. Sad to leave Hanoi as I really liked it there. I loved watching the locals going about their business, sat outside their shop every day on tiny plastic chairs, the smells of the street food cooking, people in conical hats, the noise, the traffic. Amazing ...
... raids, so in 1967 they built a bunker within the citadel. Generals Vo Hguyen Giap and Van Tien Dung specified it should be easy to repair (iron, cement, steel) in a hidden area (it looked like a normal house under trees above ground) with safe underground facilities (60cm walls, sound insulation, sand roof and steel bombproof doors). The bunker has 2 stairs to House D67 and a set connected to Dragon house.
Out the far end of the citadel was Chinh Bac ...