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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The homestay was so cute, the guy running it would do anything you. He offered to come with us to help us book our bus. At 11 our guys came back and we went on our tour, we visited a craft village and watched them make hats and incense sticks. After that it was some old bomb shelters and then the kings tomb. We got dropped off in the citadel, where the palace and some museums were. It was all very old, very pretty but a little bit boring. Day 2 - We did ...
We got to vietnam safe and sound after the early morning flight, stood and qued up for our Visas which took forever, got our bags and then randomly found a guy holding a sheet of paper with Roxy's name on it which we did not expect as we had only booked our hotel pretty much 4 hours before we boarded the flight so it was a nice surprise! Anyway we got in the car and off we went to our hotel in Hanoi, not really sure if Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam but it was very pretty and ...
We got chatting to the owners in the bar (Cafe on Thu Wheels) and started planning our trip. Before booking anything we took the afternoon to walk around the Imperial City. This was great to see however when we have been to the Forbidden City in Beijing its hard not to compare.
After booking a 5 hour tour of Hue's sights tomorrow, we headed out for something to eat in the evening. We ate at an Indian (yes we are aware that's a bit strange being ...
... the other adjectives you can get from the video here: http://www.streetfire.net/video/top-gea r-vietnam-special-season-12-episode-8-f ull-episode_part-1_2008597.htm (around minute 6:10 in Video 4).
At one of the viewpoints we spotted the Hanoi - Saigon Express just coming out of a tunnel and crawling along the cliffs south to it's final destination.
It was a real adventure to ride this road, with the mile stones always reminding us where we ...
... s probably time for us to stop asking for rice and vegetables and expecting to get away with it. We need to learn the appropriate Vietnamese culinary vernacular and mostly stick to places with a menu. We really hope it doesn't happen again. The cycle back was very pleasant and we were proud of the way that we negotiated the big crossroads. The rule is the same as the one for crossing a busy road in Hanoi: be confident and act in a predictable manner ...