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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... our GPS but moisture had penetrated the screen and it wouldn’t help us. My only light was a battery-drained head torch to guide me along the final 10 miles and this road looked narrower and with a steeper drop than anything we had seen thus far.
A final check before we set off after much rearranging and procrastinating, thankfully, saw Ben’s phone work and connect to Google maps. This was not our turning. In fact this road was not even marked on the map and ...
... patch of sand where we left the kayaks and climbed up into the rocks to get a better view and take some photo's. From there we was going to go adventure around the water villages but it was starting to rain and we headed back.
After a short journey back on the smaller boat we loaded back onto our bigger boat. Or junk as they called it. We showered and had our evening meal which happened to be the same as our early meal. After food, we pushed the tables together and ...
... as a car park for all the many scooters, OR areas for plastic chairs and people to sit OR to prepare food OR sell veg. so it seems we are constantly weaving in and out dodging scooters on the paths and scooters honking their horns on the road. It's manic! No cows this time though!
The women always prepare the food openly on the floor. This is not the most hygienic situation to see when sat in a restaurant or on the way to the toilet but we gather this is how they all prefer ...
... I immediately go into the school, walk into the class where I always teach in the morning and they see me. Minh, now perhaps 15, has a big smile on his face and immediately puts his hand out to shake mine... he is definitely not a hugger type. And there is Vu, who can do little more than grunt.... but after I sing a song that I know he remembers from the last time, "Vu, vu, vu, vuuu" a big smile and shy laugh of embarrassment comes from his face. There is also ...