Thang Loi Hotel

Address: Yen Phu Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi, Vietnam | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Yen Phu Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Japanese Covered Bridge, Presidential Palace, and West Lake.
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    A travel blog entry by carsey53 on Jun 04, 2015

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... the French in 1947, it was badly damaged and then in 1968 it was bombed by the North Vietnamese before they took the city and then By the Americans before they took it back. No photos were allowed inside but this didn't stop some young locals taking photos on their iPhones. Back to the hotel to have a break from the heat of the day and then Hoops, Bevy and I decide we want to go on a river cruise on the Perfume River - not a good option. ...

    Happy in Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by chimera85 on Apr 28, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Drinks and conversation flowed well and I also chatted to a Vietnamese guy at the next table who had studied english in Holland. All I remember from him is that they call Ho Chi Minh “Uncle Ho”!

    The clock ticked round to 23:20 very quickly and we were encouraged to drink up. I noticed though that the people inside the bar were not rushing so asked if we could join them. By 23:30 we were stowed away inside with fresh drinks and the shutters of ...

    Harry can't hear himself think and looks Turkish

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Apr 06, 2015

    4 photos

    ... which would've been interesting, was closed. So was the adjoining museum. In fact most of the museums were closed. The only thing I found open was the Temple of Literature, on the site of Vietnam's oldest university, which was pleasant. Other than that, Hanoi isn't great. There certainly isn't enough to make up for the insanity. So I've returned to the sanctuary of my hostel. A haven. At some point I'll have to venture out again to get dinner, ...

    The end of our tour

    A travel blog entry by saraspostcards on Mar 13, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... boat trip along the Perfume River. To be honest, I think Jon and I didn't give it much of a real chance as we were still "all templed and museumed out" from our earlier travels and so, we found it all a little boring but I could still appreciate the charm and beauty many would love about Hue. The highlight for me in Hue was that we got to experience dinner at a local family's house. This wasn't "staged" in any way and we simply sat in the family's house, sharing ...

    Museum of Women and New Friends

    A travel blog entry by sumac on Jan 25, 2015

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... coast a way south of here and we plan to travel on the soft sleeper train. Bruce, the manager, calls to check availability and we choose an upstairs and a downstairs bunk on the sleeper train leaving soon after 8 pm. We go back upstairs and potter in our room and one of us even snoozes before we hit the streets around 11.30.We head for the Museum of Women.
    A lovely coffee smell en route is irresistible and we sit and sup 'drip' coffee with milk. ...