Platinum Hotel II

57 Nguyen Truong To Str, Hanoi, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Capital times

A travel blog entry by kateschronicles


Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and is often referred to as the ‘Paris of the Orient’. Filled with lakes, tree lined boulevards and French designed villas, this romantic city cuts a distinctly different style of life to that in Saigon.

A visit to the old quarter in Hanoi is a must; comprised of …

Oh wow what a difference a day makes!!

A travel blog entry by aa_halford


... to keep up. Dad was brave enough to drink at least half of his but I think he is saying never again.

After coffee we went to visit the Mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh. It is amazing how much respect he is held in. Many, no make that thousands of Vietnamese people come to visit his body everyday and wait patiently in line to pass it. We did not go in as it would have taken hours but just being at the ...

Singapore and Thailand

A travel blog entry by carawills10


... taxi man was very funny and laughed the whole time! Me and robin hadn't been to well since we were taking our malaria tablets and really fancied some normal food and not curry or noodles! So we found a lovely pasta place and then by this time it was time for bed. The next morning we set of for am explore around the city we knew we wanted to do a massage course so we went and booked one of them for that afternoon. We also booked a cooking course for a couple of days time and ...

Lola (part 2)

A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan

... final ride into each town and village feel earned. Today’s was a stretch of road that was, as in previous days, not a road, but a U-turn was out of the question. The alternative route took us nearly miles out of the way and anyway, we knew how to ride bikes now, in fact we were virtually pros. We had heard time and again that this deeply rutted, potholed and sandy dirt track was exactly the sort of terrain that our Honda 67s were built for; lightweight and ...

Our first full day in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by bturet


... hotel in the daytime. Our bus took us to Da Ba Dinh Square, a mecca for the Vietnamese in central Hanoi. Our first stop was the Ho Chi Minh's Soviet-style mausoleum. We couldn't bring any backpacks or purses in so we left them with Les and our local tour guides. We had to walk single-file and it was heavily guarded. The "body" of Ho Chi Minh looked like a wax figure, too perfect to have been dead for so long. It was heavily guarded by soldiers and you ...

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