Paramount Hotel Hanoi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the other side.... An actual army of ants were infesting this baguette!!! I nearly threw up, I showed Alex who'd already bitten into his and he just spat it all back onto the plate. Suffice it to say we walked clean out of there and settled for some crisps. That's the point though, food here is absolutely beautiful, I love to try it and try wonderfully weird things, but you do risk an upset tummy and a session on the toilet every now and again! I counted my ...
... else we've been on the trip.
Next stop was the Old Quarter's Heritage House. This nineteenth century building gives visitors a glimpse of how Hanoi might have been in days gone by. Our favourite part of the house was the grandparents' bedroom. The huge, carved, wooden bed looked very beautiful but must have been uncomfortable because it wouldn't have had a mattress.
Now a little tired, we stopped for a drink at a cafe on the side of the street. Perched on ...
... it'll be a lengthy book by the time I've finished, but know that each and every little place was truly beautiful and we always greeted by smiling locals and children screaming 'HELLOOOOO!'. We were also chased and almost attacked by two dogs. It got the point where I was carrying a hefty stick on the back of the bike ready to strike a hound down, like some sort of dog hit man. When we arrived in Hoi An, I could see Nicks lip quivering in excitement about getting a tailor ...
... to Halong bay. We got to the hotel around midnight. The hotel seemed really nice and the rooms we're good, but all was not as it seemed. Book and covers and all that. I was just concerned with going back to sleep really. I went to wash my hands and feet before bed and turned the taps and the chugged,choked and then spat out a tango orange colour water at me. :\ wasn't looking forward to a shower in the morning.
... former demilitarised zone. A whole village had moved underground there, to live underground up to 30 meters deep to escape the bombing by the Americans! The minivan then took us to the village near Phong Nha National Park. It was a bit a late call to go there, as that morning I didn't have a clue what I wanted to do. But at breakfast I started talking to someone who had just come from there and had absolutely loved it. I had read about the place, but thought that ...