Trung Nam Hai Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Upon his death, however, it appears that his final wishes of this were struck from his will, and he was embalmed by some specialists. As you pass into the mausoleum, it is amazing the amount of marble everywhere, and there were four guards posted one at each corner of the resting place. Ho Chi Minh looks quite restful, hands placed on his chest, but I can only imagine how he may not be quite so thrilled with the parades of people who are passed by him daily, ...
... with her on the island to save the money. I kindly declined (turns into a funny story let me tell you) which wasn't a problem just a question. So off I went down the road to my new hotel which turned out to be 2mins from where I'd be spending Christmas lunch. I checked in and got to my room which was luxury! It's a shame I was barely there to enjoy it. When I told them I'd return with my passport they invited me to a Christmas Eve dinner later that night, free dinner ...
At 7.30 Dinh comes and we set off from the hotel for a four hour drive to Halong Bay. There is a stop on the way at an enterprise which employs disabled people making beautiful embroidered pictures. It makes Kathleen nostalgic for her days at Glencraft. All the tours going to and from Halong Bay stop for a break here so there is an enormous shop selling all sorts of stuff as well as the embroidery. At Halong Bay we are staying on a boat called ...
... to get tickets the night before I headed to the bus station a little before 7 to see about getting my tickets. The station where we'd gotten in to Sapa was still closed though, so I headed down to the local market to see about getting some kind of breakfast. I found some fried bananas there which were delicious. A bunch of H'Mong and Red Dao women were sitting with buckets in their lap which contained various colored rice - presumably mixed with different spices. ...
... miniature plastic chairs under an umbrella, get some pancreas-spasming sweet coffee and let a local talk us into doing a boat trip.
We sail up to the citadel, very impressive in scale, acres of buildings and fields within ancient walls and a wide moat runs around. Although the place took a hammering from American bombs during the war, it’s still mostly intact and I sense an atmosphere imbued with national pride, symbolised by the massive Viet red star flag flying ...