Camellia 4 Hanoi Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamellia 4 Hanoi Hotel
Not the fanciest place I have ever stayed, but it had everything I needed: A nice room in a good location for a reasonable price. The staff was also friendly, and pretty much everything worked: There was a nice big safe in the room, the shower worked well, the room was reasonably quiet (in my case due to being on the top floor and on the quiet side of the building - away from the street noise) The only downside was that the guy who was on duty when I checked in quoted me higher prices for everything than I ended up paying to the friendlier day staff..
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At just over two weeks in duration, and without leaving my current country of residence, this will be one of my shorter trips - both in length of time as well as in distance traveled. I'll fly up to Hanoi at the start of this break from work, and after a couple of days there, I'll continue up to my main destination: Sapa, in …
... spring rolls, then dessert (fruit salad with coconut and condensed milk or black sticky rice with condensed milk and ice); then egg-yolk coffee with pork baguettes (very odd going back to savoury after dessert!); then coconut, black sesame seeds and dried sugar cane wrapped in wheat wrappers (apparently vey rare to find, but they were my favourite); and lastly rice wine (way too potent to be nice!). Wow, were we stuffed after all that! But a ...
... in which Vietnam has been one of the belligerents, more often than not against the Chinese. My favourite of these included a huge force of sword wielding warriors accompanied by a man carrying a ladder. Who takes a ladder into battle?!
'Get 'em lads!!'
'Ah, ****, where did I put my sword?? Sod it, I'll get 'em with my ladder...'
So basically I giggled to myself all around this museum. It would've been better had there been ...
... other side.
Their presentations were respectful, factual, yet (of course) saw the US as their enemies. We were uncomfortable and fought the urge to defend the US when we were referred to as Imperialists. We wanted to add our desire to stop Communism and wanted to talk about the bravery of our young men who fought a gorilla war so far from home. We listened quietly and watched the film of the war that occurred ...
... that, we were like, 'WHAT'S WITH ALL THESE MOTORCYCLISTS!?' and 'WALAU WHY THEY CANNOT STOP HONKING WEI!'
It was hilarious. Angry till one point we just kept laughing and beep beep ...