Splendid Jupiter Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSplendid Jupiter Hotel Hanoi
Good place, nice rooms especially. Internet a bit patchy but people very friendly.
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... accompany Gonzalo to an office of Jetstar where we were supposed to get tickets for the bus from Hanoi to Nanning. Of course, we could have bought the same tickets from one of many agents being installed in the streets of Hanoi but it was a bit cheaper to get them directly from the office. Finally we saved around USD 5 per ticket.
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... from the view from our private 4x4, we arrived at our hotel, right in the heart of the old town. Check in. Drop bags. Explore. The first thing you understand when in Hanoi, is that they love their horns! Sometimes, it can be ***********verse on the street because of the blare of horns. The craziness of the roads is also understated; the whizz of the miriads of scooters, the bells of the cyclos, it all just blends into a big blurr of ...
... our actions of the plane coming down into the lake as actions for a roller coaster and took us to a theme park bless him! Some drawings and conversations with the ticket office later and we made it. That night we decided to go and get drunk to celebrate me being better after the sinusitis :) We went to bar street and got some cheap bars before finding one of the main party hostels and joining their bar crawl. It ended by going to an illegal, random club over ...
... When he was young, his father gave him a radio to help him learn English and the only station he could get was the BBC news, hence the accent.
Hanoi is a city of approximately seven million and has over three and a half million motor bikes. It is not unusual to see mum,dad and two or three kids on the one bike. Helmets are compulsory for adults, not for kids.
We met up with the rest of the tour group this afternoon and went for walking ...
... look your grandkids in the eye Displays of prisoners and conditions while they play creepy music in the background set a scene of really ****** conditions We then proceed to the Cachor area (dungeon) This is even worse, and make being shackled in your own **** look like a holiday camp Next there's a photo gallery showing people demostrating against US invasion and raising support money....hilariously, one of these was from the French. Oh you poor dears, we can't ...