Moon View 2 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsMoon View 2 Hotel Hanoi
a person named Ninjitsea learned karate since 3rd Grade WOW! i wish i was like him o0o
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Day 29 - Sat 27th Dec.
Reached our hotel in the old part of Hanoi at about 13:30 after what seemed the longest part of our journey so far. Only 7 or 8 hours flying but a long wait in Male due to an hours delay (at least that meant one hour less in Kuala Lumpur before our connection) and what with the time differences we are just …
... about how well the US POWs were treated, and they show John McCain’s suit and all sorts of photos of how happy the Americans were. It’s heavy handed, but being in Vietnam is jarring at times. As our guide said, when asked about this: “Vietnamese mothers’ love their sons, Cambodian mothers’ love their sons, Chinese mothers’ love their sons, American mothers’ love their sons…. it’s when the top leaders ...
... people who couldn't work or do anything really. Once the food was handed out we were then treated by Chung and his family to the most amazing meal ever. We stopped at this outside food stall and in front of us a gas cooker was placed with a frying pan. Gas cooker light a huge plate with half a cow of meat on it and loads of vegetables was placed down and you basically just cook away yourself, brilliant idea and the food was amazing. They put half a ton of butter in the pan ...
... aisle to let them in only to realise there was no seats left for us! After quietly trying to explain the we had bags left in the row (basically resulted in me on my hands and knees looking for it) she took me by the arm saying 'thank you thank you' and pointed to the 3rd row from the front where there were two empty seats right in the middle of the row....that row loved us barging through as a wooden fisherman was trying to catch some brightly coloured wooden fish! ...
... visited and is linked via the Hoc Bridge, a famous red painted wooden bridge. The other building is the Turtle Tower, which you can only watch at from the shores.
Being a tourist I couldn't resist heading to the temple and the bridge. You buy a ticket at the entrance to the bridge for 20,000 Dong, but the tickets where just checked at the other side of the bridge when entering the temple. It was a bit sad to see tourists that were happy being able to pass the ticket booth ...