Travel Blogs from Hanoi
Upon arrival it was like arriving into any other city in Asia we have so far been too.Crowded with motobikes and cars everywhere. It isnt until you start meeting the locals and explore via foot that you really start to love and appriciate this beautiful city.
Staying centrally near the Old Quarter was a great idea. We were close to …
Decourchelle stayed here on Jan 16, 2014 during their trip titled: Josiane Eliane Marie-Christine Alain Dominique JM's Great Adventure.
On est bien arrives mais on est un peu décales de 6 heures. Donc on mange sucré et salé sans savoir si c'est le petit déjeuner ou le déjeuner. Sieste avant de faire notre première visite de Hanoi.
As I'm sitting in a cyclo (one of those bikes with a passenger cart in front) in the middle of a jam-packed intersection in Hanoi, my left toe maybe 3 inches tops from that Toyota Corolla and my right nearly touching the exhaust pipe of that Honda scooter, it occurs to me that this activity should count as my personal carbon offset. The way I …
I'm standing with a small bag full of fried donuts, or at least pastries that appear to belong to the donut family, and Gina is digging into her pocket for the 100,000 Dong note that our friendly street vendor is insisting upon for payment. All I wanted in the sagging, soggy heat of this afternoon was an ice cream, but Someone decided to ask this …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaison d'Hanoi
Beautiful hotel in a fanastic location.
From the moment you walk in to this boutique hotel you greeted by the friendly staff!
The location of the hotel is fanstic to just wander around, close to lots of restaurants and shopping.
The rooms are beautiful, with a traditional japanese/vietnamese feel and the beds are very comfty
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