Relax Hotel

10A Yen Thai Street, Hanoi, 8443, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Buying bikes

A travel blog entry by cyclingvietnam

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A website to get a sense of what the bikes would cost around here. Our guesthouse keeper offered to show few cheap …

Vietnam

A travel blog entry by caribbeankirk

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So am am finally in Vietnam, the place I have been most looking forward to and so far I am thurally disappointed. I am glad to be leaving Laos now, the pointing and staring was beginning to bug me, haha. At first I felt like a super star when little kids would run out into the street and stare, or when one guy would hit is friend and point at me, …

And so the final leg begins...

A travel blog entry by volitare88

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My introduction to Vietnam was hardly a pleasant one.

Immediately after getting off the airplane a security officer was handing out fliers to all the passengers warning of "illegal taxis" taking people to incorrect hotels. Lonely Planet also warns of the same thing, claiming that many drivers will take tourists to hotels (claiming that …

North vs. South

A travel blog entry by prfoley

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So, first impressions definitely lead Cory and I to say that the South is eons better than the North. Ho Chi Minh was much more progressive and modern, and the people were WAY nicer (in our opinion). This was really surprising to us since most travelers told us they felt Hanoi was much better.

In any case, we took the bus from our guest …

Hanoi

A travel blog entry by ana.k

Writing in retrospect. Our first taste of Vietnam was pleasantly contrarian to what we'd been expecting after all the reports of the locals there erring overwhelmingly on the side of general aggressiveness. We'd heard they weren't necessarily intimidating or unpleasant, just more forward and always on the lookout to strike a deal. In short, they …

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This hotel, located on 10A Yen Thai Street, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Vietnam Women's Museum, Bat Trang Ceramic, and Hun Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52.
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