Moon View 2 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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... a bit drowsy on the taxi ride to Aberdeen Airport. As the plane taxied down the runway I was able to glimpse one last look at the city of Aberdeen. A city which I had lived in over the past four years and a city that I was not going to see again for another eight weeks. The plane took off into a bright sunny Friday morning and headed west across country. As we flew I managed to make out familiar sights from the air - Aboyne (The Village I grew up in for eight years), loch ...
... 11:30 at night and went out to see if we could find somewhere still open to eat. We ended up sat at a tiny little table on the street on what seemed to be kids plastic stools. We sat opposite the lady who cooked on the other side of the table, producing a fantastic bowl of soup and noodles out of very little. When we paid her 50p at the end, we felt a little like we were robbing her. When we ended up hostel-bound for the next 2 days as we were so ill, it ...
... way to Puku. This kiwi run cafe was a life saver as it's 24/7 serving a mean bacon buttie, our hats go off to these guys as even in the midst of a day long power outage (apparently quite common in Hanoi this time of year) they managed to rustle up loads of food and drink as well as get a generator working so that the fans could help cool us down. For the afternoon we joined Hanoi Kids; a ...
... Great value to get in at roughly $1.50 and really quiet. Definitely a place more people should visit, if you're in Hanoi and artistically or historically inclined.
last on the list was Hoa Lo Prison- the Hanoi Hilton. Like all war museums, it's a bit one sided, but they do have some interesting old stuff from the turn of last century. Then lunch by Hoan Kim Lake and we headed back to meet our Vietnamese tour guide Theo, we won't meet the rest of the group til ...
... 8220;Yes it is , it just looks different.” For a couple of seconds I had a little doubt too…once the shutters are down and the lights are off it’s pretty hard to tell what street you’re on. The shop wares and neon lights are great geographic fixes, but they’re all gone after 11pm. Lucky the only tree on the street hasn’t moved, a big banyan. And the banks ATM’s are good references.
Bed time, we’re shagged and ...