Tung Trang Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hanoi
Day 1 20/02/11
When we were on the road to Hanoi, it was mental with hundreds of motorbikes and our driver might as well have just kept his hand on the horn the whole time (mysteriously the horn changed throughout the journey).
We arrived in Hanoi at a random bus terminal (still don't know which one it was, as it's not in the LP) and got …
Having looked forward to the Danang-Hue sector of the train journey to Hanoi, I was not disappointed! The spectacular coastal scenery had me hooked for much of the journey and it was also amusing trying to communicate with some friendly Vietnamese people that shared the cabin with me and fed me fruits along the way.
Hanoi, being another …
After our drunken, fun-filled trip, down the Mekong we had a fair amount of actual traveling to contend with. We caught the first bus out of Vang Viang - our destination: the capital, Vientiane. However, we had only planned a brief stop in Vientiane after hearing a series of less than impressed reviews from fellow travelers - they weren't wrong! It …
Hanoi is one of the craziest cities we have ever been to, not as bad as Cairo, but just as many people. There are more mopeds in this city than I thought there were on Earth. So trying to get from one destination to the other in this city is like playing the game Frogger, except we are the frog and there are no lily pads or logs to jump on, so you …
Tom, Mark, and I were both heading north so we booked a flight to Hanoi together. The flight was in the evening so we still had some time in Hoi An. I rented a moto and drove around town while Mark and Tom walked around a bit. Tom and I met up at the tailor and picked up our suits. We met this Australian Asian named Trent at the tailor who was on …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking