Hanoi Boutique Hotel 2
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... She lied. Not only did we have less than a third of the expected Vietnamese Dong, but we were then bombarded with dodgy texts and strange pop ups. A particularly memorable one we received was: 'Hanged himself when police pursued.' No context, no follow up, just that. Proving even the simple sim-card selling shop owners can be rife with corruption, given the right opportunity. Also, thanks Dad for texting the phone, we received your text, so the number does work!
It is very cold here especially for all the westerners who left their coats back in their own countries. I met one girl in very short shorts and a short sleeve T shirt, she was desperate. We were all in the shop that sold The North Face outdoor clothes. We all bought a jacket!
We changed rooms in our hotel as we were given a double bed last night instead of two singles, the door wouldn't shut neither would the bathroom ...
So the last night in a hotel for a while has come to an end and yet again I had eggs for breakfast, it will be good to get some cereal for breakfast when I get home, after copious cups of tea of course!!! We were prepared for a long journey to airport as Spike had expected the roads to be busy due to Tet holidays but in fact wasn't too bad and we arrived before check in was open so I did a few laps of ...
... Somehow the motorcycles are still allowed to drive down this street even with the market in full swing. What a crazy city. We got back to our hotel and immediately packed up for our overnight train ride to Hue. Food log: Breakfast: eggs, toast, fresh fruit Lunch: seafood spring rolls, pho bo (beef noodle soup), and fried rice noodles with vegetables. Supper: street food tour -banh mi with pâté - small baguette ...
We have had quite a few adventures since our last blog - including catching an overnight train from Danang to Hanoi, catching up with the Hanoi kids, heading to Halong Bay and back, and now settling in to a few days in here before we start to head for home. We have done, planes, tuk tuks, taxis, motorbikes, bicycles and buses so getting a train to travel the 1000+ Kms north from Danang to Hanoi seemed the next obvious choice! It certainly added a few moments ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet