Hanoi Boutique Hotel 2

Address: 32 Dao Duy Tu, Hanoi, 84, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 32 Dao Duy Tu, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Japanese Covered Bridge, Red Bridge Restaurant and Cooking School, and Night Market.
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    Back to Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by happynomads15 on Apr 17, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    We were picked up from Sapa for our six hour mini bus trip back to Hanoi today. After a rather hair raising trip negotiating all the bends down the pass from Sapa at a rather fast speed, we were grateful to have made it to the bottom! The rest of the trip to Hanoi was on a highway which was much less stressful, in fact it turned out to be rather …

    Vietnam 1st July - 21st July

    A travel blog entry by coconnor on Jul 06, 2015

    18 photos

    ... t to bothered about this but Si enjoyed it.
    In the evening we met with a few mates and had a few drinks (15p a beer) and then went to a club. This was a good night and by the end of it we were sat with some locals having a few - translation was difficult, so not much was said - it was more drinking.

    3rd July - both myself and Si were quite hungover today so we didn't really do much. We did however call the airport who had found my purse so we collected that and went out ...

    Beautiful Hue

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jun 09, 2015

    4 photos

    ... t the best. The room should have been a four bed dorm, not a six. Also, this is the first time I have a dorm room with a ensuite bathroom. I rather prefer the hostels with common bathrooms outside the room. Anyway, it was a little awkward, with two people in a room and who have not even introduced themselves. But I did try to make conversation and she seemed really not receptive to it. Whatever. Well, I did the usual thing I do when I reach a new place. Open the Lonely Planet ...

    Xin Chao Ryan!

    A travel blog entry by steveclark on May 17, 2015

    5 photos

    ... over and were told to so with everyone else. Despite being probably it made no difference. All that fussing about in Sydney for nothing. Anyway we made it through no problems and took a taxi into the city centre. Ryan had booked us in the old quarter of the city which seemed to be the touristy area. We hadn't seen much of Asia in Malaysia but now we were in the thick of it. It was cool to be back in a country very different to England. Not the Australia or New Zealand is like ...

    It's all lost in translation

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Apr 07, 2015

    ... She herself chose to work in a tourist information office, trying to educate tourists on conservation, while her friends chose to work in national parks. She explained the issues around Vietnams lack of governance over nature conservation and said that as much as Halong Bay was beautiful and tourists wanted to go there, it had become too overrun with tourists and polluted. They needed the tourist income, but no one had drawn a line yet as to what was positive ...