Moon View 2 Hotel
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After giving Tony some flak on Illegal LIMmigration Part I and Part II, he gets a little hiatus in this entry. The third episode of Illegal LIMmigration pertains to me. We got up at around 5:00 AM and started packing. No disruptions here as the flight from Chiang Mai to Bangkok transitioned smoothly. We had a 3-hr layover back in Bangkok and just chilled at the airport for that duration. Decided to go to the gate and wait there about an ...
... took a video of us in response to their questions about money bringing happiness - does it? They were very pleasant young people and very appreciative of the opportunity to practice their English. We enjoyed an ice-cream that melted very quickly and after sitting for a little longer returned to the Hotel to sit and wait for our pick up at 7pm.
Foo arrived early for us and took us to the station. Boy was it hot there! We boarded the train and didn't have any companions until ...
... climbed back on board and tucked into a fishy Vietnamese lunch and a cold beer and had a good chit chat with the group..the conversations you have are so great and it's so funny how much of a small world it is - speaking with a kiwi who had skied in Chatel (where we holidayed with Kelsey's family this year) and who also stayed in Bedford for a fortnight visiting a friend...mad!! We continued our journey in the afternoon where we would stop at regularly intervals dropping ...
... this name from the US POWs who lived there in luxury. Like other government building, this prison had been used for different purposes in different periods. When we entered, we learned how it was built by the French to detain the Vietnamese revolutionaries in horrific and cramped conditions. After learning about these horrible conditions, the museum introduced the period the Vietnamese war. This was when American POWs were held here. They lived in very opposite conditions of the ...
... head out for our introductory dinner. Friday morning we head out of the city to Halong Bay. About an hour into the drive we get a flat tire. I chuckle as I think. "Another story to tell". It takes about 45 minutes but the driver gets the spare on and we continue on our journey. The bay is listed as a Unesco World Heritage site and one of the new 7 natural Wonders of the World. We board ...
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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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