Thang Long Opera Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... street. After settling in we decided to just have a wander around our local area and watched the free cultural concert for a while before sharing a small meal of spring rolls and hot pot chicken & rice at the New Day Restaurant which the Hotel had recommended. We got to bed around 20:00 which was actually 03:00 Sydney time so we were pretty tired by then.
... seconds moving through the casket room. Ross dared to pause for a nanosecond and was gently nudged on the elbow and told to move along by one of the guards - they were pretty serious guys packing some scary looking heat so he picked up the pace. My beef with Hanoi, although not serious enough to suggest not visiting it, lies partly with the fact we go robbed there. $70 went walking from our money belt which we'd left in the room one day. Ross's ...
... street, the Ly Trieu Quoc Su Pagoda, had an impressive large tangerine colored gate that I managed to get through in order to see the interior of the pagoda.
I had a bit of a negative experience with this pagoda which put a damper on my day. I left pretty frantically, and after having some issues with my borrowed iPhone I managed to get back to my hotel. I was incredibly flustered and upset. After a good Skype conversation with my boyfriend I managed to get onto ...
... Lindsay and Cameron for dinner. We tried some local street food, where you ordered sticky rice and a topping which was given a mention in Cameron's Lonely Planet guide. We ordered a few between the four of us but some of the food such as Chinese sausage which was sweet and crackly was pretty 'different'! After dinner we went to the night market and wandered around the stalls until finishing the evening having a drink on the balcony of a local bar overlooking the ...
... up to the most amazing view ever right next to my bed. It's insanely so gorgeous that I almost had tears in my eyes. No joke. It was surreal.
Breakfast was at 7:30am and when I went to ...