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TravelPod Member ReviewsJysk Hotel Hanoi
Really noisy Streets and not so clean rooms. To the Price, much more is better!
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi
... and very dusty road through villages and down
>trails that were no longer roads. I had a lady practically on me
>with her baby's cute little feet tickling me and another lady
>hanging on my shoulder like we had known each other for years. We
>were the only whities on the bus and so these kind people treated us
>like their own. I had a magical experience thanks to these people.
>We set out into some remote parts ...
... into the road, relying on the awareness of bike riders to avoid colliding with you. Beeping also tends to replace the 'right of way system' which can be very noisy especially at big junctions! Crossing roads is even more precarious! Despite this there are areas of respite, including the Hoan Kiem lake which is supposedly the resting place of a magical sword that drove the Chinese out of Vietnam, which was stolen ...
... while relaxing and charging my phone and then headed out to get some food. The night market that was just setting up when I walked by on my way to the hostel was in full swing at this point. I managed to find a place to get beef pho for 40,000 dong, but it was not nearly as good as the stuff I had the night before at that restaurant in Hue. I also bought some fruit with 7000 dong (the last I had in my little pocket change book) but she but ...
On our last day in Hanoi we finally booked our tour "5 days Ha Giang Adventure plus BaBe National Park" with ethnic travel starting the next day.
We strolled around the streets of the old quarter and went to the water puppet show in the evening. Of course we had to go back to the great coffee place Emily had showed us during the walking tour.
We ended up doing some shopping and were particularly favorable of the north face items :-)
... things are in Hanoi. We were served spring rolls, chicken, roasted aubergine and water spinach also known, somewhat alarmingly for those who know English well, as Morning Glory. . A short walk from the restaurant was our afternoon activity a cyclo tour, a bicycle;e with a seat on front. The weather was 35C and as we toured the Old Quarter and sweltered under a none too effective sun shade we ...