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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... shot down from B-52's while bombing the **** out of the city. You can imagine the warm welcome they got from the locals after they were captured.
We walked to One pillar pagoda, Ho Chi Minh's museum & mausoleum which are all right next each other, for a look. Found it all to be a bit 'dry' & not very interactive - these communists need to lighten up a bit & make it a bit more fun!
We stopped at ...
... wasn't great and then the boat dropped us off at some caves which were very impressive. We spent about an hour there walking through them and they were lit up to full effect. We then got back on the boat and then taken to an island with an amazing viewpoint on the top. It was a steep hike only for about 10 to 15 minutes but we were sweating when we got to the top. The view was spectacular even with the clouds, giving an almost mystical feel. After a lot ...
... to use the rotary dial to make a call. "You used to hate your friends who had zeros in their numbers." (Louis CK - Everything is Amazing and Nobody's Happy. If you haven't seen this clip, search it on YouTube. It's very funny.) The phone was just there for decoration; it didn't actually work.
Lunch was next. We were served all kinds of food, but the majority was fish. Obviously, considering where we were. After lunch, we were taken to a floating village. ...
... as no more beer in Cologne, or no more deep fried Mars Bars in Scotland!!!! I had some laugters with those poor guests, while I enjoyed the last portion of rice the restaurant had.
Here is one interesting fact about Hanoi. All bars in that area have to close at midnight. I just had another beer after midnight when the police came in, telling everyone to leave. So I walked through the alley with my bottle of beer in my hand (no way I leave a half full beer behind...), when I ...
The most exciting part of the day was meeting Jen and Angela. It was just so nice to see people, and know that I was going to spend a bit of time with some travel buddies. Don't get me wrong travelling on my own has been great and i've met some really lovely people but it does get tiring constantly forming new friendships and making all the decisions of where to go and what to do, which again is nice, because you've got the freedom to do what you want but it will be nice ...