Mercure Hanoi La Gare Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Hanoi La Gare Hotel
Hotel correcto y agradable, bien situado. Sin alma, sigue el estándard europeo, podría estar en Paris, Madrid o Londres
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... for the day after that. So we had some really cool things to do while we were here! Chiang mai has a really old city in the middle which has a wall and a most around it. The place is really interesting especially where the wall still stands. We explored the old city and the temples and had lunch before our massage course. There was 6 of us on the course anther couple and a girl from America and a man from sweedon. We had to change into these crazy huge trousers which are meant to ...
... 8221; and it celebrates the arrival of Spring. Tet starts on the eve (31st) and is called "dem giao thua". The three consecutive days after the eve are officially Tet - 1st, 2nd, & 3rd of February. To Vietnamese the first day is for dad, 2nd day is for mother, 3rd day is for teacher. So the first 2 days are for visiting and celebrating with family and relatives.The 3rd day is for visiting teachers and friends The Vietnamese prepare for Tet by cooking special holiday ...
... so she said without them Ho chi Minh was a bit of a blur. We very formally filed past him and then left the building without uttering a word, yes! hard to believe that I could keep quiet but I did. Ho Chi Minh was Prime Minister of Vietnam (1945-1955) and President (1945-1969). He led the Viet Minh Independence movement fro 1941 onward, est. the communist party in 1945 and defeating the French Union in 1954. He stepped down from power in ...
... our train journey
south for later in the week.
The alley where the hotel is situated is really fascinating. All the
locals seem to live on the pavement and in tiny cafes with tiny, tiny
stools and there are scores of scooters parked everywhere - how you find
your one I don't know, and how you get it out once you've found it I
don't know either.
Must admit have had better nights sleep - there seemed to be b****y cats crying ...