La Dolce Vita Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Dolce Vita Hotel Hanoi
I was pleased with La Dolce Vita for 2 nights. Very clean, nice decoration and good location. Recommend La Dolce VIita for anybody need good and reasonable hotel in Hanoi.
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... and street kids. They are trained to work in restaurants (back and front of the house). The dinner was very good including a nice spicy veggie tofu curry. We then went to a nearby bar "Bar Betta" for drinks. It was quite a funky place, with a live jazz band. Some of the group headed to the blue chairs for draft beer, and Susan and I said our good byes. We have had a good group of people to travel around Cambodia and Vietnam with, though I think I would prefer ...
... pleasantly surprised by how many rides and slides there were. It was not busy at all when we visited and so we did not have to queue for any of the slides. We thought it was great value for money and as it was raining outside this proved to be a fun way to spend an afternoon.
During our time in Hanoi we also visited the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, The Temple of Literature and Hoa Lo Prison. All three places were very interesting ...
... of herself back to the land. Now that's being one with the land. I said to Jane that it's obviously a local custom she should consider, as a sign of respect.........but for some reason she disagreed. Go figure. Oh, and Jane has picked up another word to add to her vocabulary. The weather today she described as being " tu phuc nhot" and expressed her desire to be "n eg nish ner now" . She is really picking up the lingo. More tomorrow and bye for now
Hanoi is truly an amazing and beautiful and vibrant city. Before meeting Ahn, we walked along the lake in the morning -- just gorgeous. The lake is called Hoan Kiem, which means Return the Sword Lake. Ahn explained the legend that a farmer in the 15th century who was leading a big battle against the Chinese was given a special powerful sword by the turtles in the lake that he used to defeat them. He was made the king ("big promotion"), ...
... morning in Hanoi.
Visitors follow a strict route through the grounds and eventually arrive at the vast mausoleum, where a large number of immaculately clad young militia stand guard. There are strict rules regarding dress and even speaking as you enter the building. Passing the hero`s body is an unusual and reverent experience.
Embalming bodies is not common place where we come from and just the sight of ...