Little Hanoi Dx Hotel
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... and I love to sightsee there and just walk my property and fish my ponds and go to sports events and visit friends.
When I'm overseas, as much as I love the banter with shopkeepers and others, I often am by myself. No complaints, but the foreign accents and hearing problems become much more difficult for me and I need to hang on every word to follow conversation... I get weary. Fortunately, I have learned I don't need to be entertained by others... I love ...
... Why not just leave around midnight and arrive here about the time the border opens? A few minutes before 7, I leave the bus for the comfort station, which in these countries is just the side of the road. When I start to get back on the bus the driver is saying something and pointing up the hill, across the border. The only word I can understand is 'passport'. Instead of getting back on the bus I walk up the hill, still not sure what I am supposed to do. Then I see ...
... considering the madness around us. The son of one of Vietnam's tea doyens explained the history of tea in Vietnam and his family's association with it.
Once we'd had enough tea and walked along some more amazing streets (many product based) some of the troop went back to the hotel and the remainder of us jumped into a cab (I didn't pay!) and visited the Temple of Literature. It was a fab experience. It was graduation week so it was fantastic visiting ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLittle Hanoi Dx Hotel
really helpful staff, free airport pick up, breakfast and internet, free drinks and fruit all day we thought this place was a really good deal!
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