Paramount Hotel Hanoi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... when I got back to the hostel and there was even HOT water! Until now it's mostly been 'this is refreshing when I'm already hot and a little chilly but something I can get used to when I'm not hot.' This water was just hot no matter what, which was lovely. I spent a total of about nine hours out and about today carrying my purse and a bag with the stuff I was going to send home and the clothes that I want duplicated, so I'm pretty exhausted. Got to get ...
... I was trying to imagine how peaceful it would be if there weren't any other boats, and how bright the stars would be. Before I went to bed I sat up on the top deck for a bit and it was really nice just looking up at the stars. We slept well in our cabin, which was air conditioned. Another couple in the group, Susie and Andy, said their air conditioning wasn't working so they sweltered all night. It's amazing how warm it is at night in Southeast Asia, ...
... out the next morning, then grab breakfast before our bus to Halong Bay arrives. We briefly say goodbye to Hanoi – we’ll be back to catch a night train in three nights – as we head east to the coast of northern Vietnam. Hanoi isn’t an easy introduction to Vietnam – it’s still fairly traditional and is only westernised in parts, but everyone is enjoying the hectic pace and the organised madness, and is looking forward to seeing more of this great ...
... lives just walking around! Then there’s all the other stuff. Streets as narrow as alleys and as wide as a French boulevard. Chaos!...roadside vendors and food stalls, motorbikes parked all over the sidewalks, kids wobbling down the street on bicycles, xe ôm (motorbike taxi) drivers calling to you, old ladies in conical hats carrying bouncing baskets of fruit on poles over their shoulders, women walking their bicycles laden with plastic ...
... people during the wet season when everything floods and I guess there’s not much else to do.
Joma is a franchise bakery café that is very Western but a comforting reminder of home. There was one across the street from our hotel so I went there almost every morning for breakfast. The lovely staff, cozy ambience, Americanos and Mango Oat French Toast all made for a great start ...