Quoc Hoa Hotel Hanoi
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Car rentals
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... who found out we were traveling to her favourite part of the world, who signed up for the blog, and who generously contacted us to give some amazing information on all of Southeast Asia. What she told us, in addition to the tremendous travel information, was something very practical. The advice was this; "When I faced my first street crossing, I froze. I didn't know what to do or how I would get across. A 90 year old woman saw me, took me by the hand, and said, ...
Another nice city! Loads of little nice cafes and shops here, and some similarities with home. It's their winter here, and it feels a lot colder though it's only 18.C. There's a cathedral on the road were staying on, and a lot of christmas decorations around the city, ...
... Americans! Most will say they were glad America was here- that their country had always been at war…with the Chinese (for 1000 years), with the French and among themselves. They did not want Communism and they appreciated the American help.
6. Vietnam is a very open and commercial country. There are tons and tons of tourists from all over the world.
7. Entrepreneurs ...
... 8221; (literally in Baskets) beside the guillotine responsible. During the Vietnam War, that we have come to know, (qualified here because it seems Vietnam has always been at war with someone) American POW’s were held here after capture. Mostly pilots (like U.S. Senator and Former Presidential Nominee John McCain), downed while bombing northern Vietnam, these POW’s were treated more humanely than any other guests of the ...
... the landscape we were keen to get going on our first trek. We had some breakfast and were introduced to our tour guide, Chu. Chu was a local Hmong woman and was just eighteen but had the knowledge of everything in the area. The Hmong women are a traditional tribe whom wear bizarre clothes and decoration; technically they are just street sellers who will try and sell you anything. We headed down from Sapa towards a local village which held a lovely waterfall. Along the way ...