Paramount Hotel Hanoi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Hilton where John McCain was held prisoner. His picture and flight suit are on display. Their version of the war was certainly interesting.
Back to our hotel to rest up before our farewell dinner. Many people are leaving tomorrow but many of us are staying one more day to rest up before a very long flight home.
Our farewell dinner was at a lovely restaurant and the dinner was delicious but we ...
... time to hang about, catch the tenth night train - which rocked about so much I thought it was going to leave the rails and throw me out of my bed. Monday 1st December Post night train fatigue assuaged with a muffin and two Americanos while counting and grading scooters passing by. Room finally available at 10 am, after arriving at 5am, showered and tried to sleep. Regretted the coffees. Booked accommodation in Sri Lanka. Takeaway pizza as a treat for ...
... surprised that everything closes so early in such an electric city, but by 11 p.m. we couldn't even find a place to grab some of the famous street food we were so craving.
Our hotel is worth a mention because in NYC this boutique hotel would cost hundreds of dollars a night. But in Vietnam, the $60 USD we spent was considered a splurge. When researching places to stay, your mind plays tricks on you as you scroll through the so very ...
... to get them up to scratch for all of you back home. We ended up making three dishes including coconut fried shrimp, chicken and cashew nuts and fresh spring rolls (which were divine). The course was money well spent and was a good way to round off Hanoi. But we weren't quite finished yet. There was one more thing to do before we packed our bags for Hong Kong. This was try the famous local beer, also known as Bia Hoi. It is dirt dirt cheap, I challenge ...
We started the day with a trip to Hoan Kiem lake and a wander round Ngoc Son temple. According to legend, a former Vietnamese emperor was gifted a sword by the gods. After he'd evicted the Chinese from Vietnam, a giant golden tortoise which lived in the lake stole the sword from the emperor and returned it to the gods.
Although we didn't encounter any divine ...