Trung Nam Hai Hotel

27 Phu Doan, Hanoi, 04, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum

A travel blog entry by carolesea

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... Restaurant in silk street (very good) where we met a nice couple from Dorset . There doesn't seem to be that many Europeans here. Mainly Japanese, Koreans and Australians.
I feel ready to move on to warmer climes and I won't be sorry to see the back of all the motor bikes. Chrissie and I have taken to singing the Dam Busters March whenever we cross the road. It seems to give us ...

Hong Kong, Vietnam and the Lunar New Year

A travel blog entry by sarahstead

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... very posh tea of our own. There must have been 50 varieties on the menu, black, red, yellow, green, white! I went for some form of red tea which was made properly by pouring water in the pot then emptying it, the refilling and pouring water over the pot. It was quite tasty but it must have been in the smallest cup ever so I think I had about 20cups!!! We wondered back through the city which is home to a lot if very posh shops and very rich people!!! It's lovely at night when ...

Hanoi days

A travel blog entry by hebarano

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... hold hands, but my personal favourite are the ones who either in groups, pairs or alone, dance with an enthusiasm that is infectious - even to an unco-ordinated and daggily dressed australian 40 something year old who is watching them. They give the phrase "dance like no body is watching" a whole new meaning. We are actually in KL tonight as I didn't quite get this posted last night. A few other memorable bits and pieces about Hanoi (including swans, fish "caught" ...

All aboard the train trip from, well, not heaven

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda

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... in hand we went up, dropped our bags then wandered out into Hanoi (Ha Noi).

It’s a beautiful place. Such a different pace to HCMC. Lots of trees everywhere, lots of cool buildings. Lots of motorbikes going in every direction. Fantastic.

We walked down to the lake (Ho Guom?) on the edge of the old town and checked out the Ngoc Tom Temple. On the way we bought what we thought would be a couple of kind ...

Trekking Sapa

A travel blog entry by guytang

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... was promptly met with "another for you?", er.... no thanks! Rice wine can be very strong and I was burnt once - literally. An uncle (not related) who used to live with us brewed his own. Once he was making some in the kitchen, it was a hot and sunny day and I was thirsty. I picked up a cup containing clear liquid, thinking it was water, and as the liquid touched my lips it burnt the **** out of me. The stuff my uncle made was probably pure alcohol and provably ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 27 Phu Doan, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Bat Trang Ceramic, Night Market, and Duong Lam.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding