VMQ Hotel

87 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hanoi, Vietnam | Hotel

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Last day abroad

A travel blog entry by lerato.t

It was really sad saying goodbye to everyone! I didn't realize that I would make friends for life. Daily activities: Went back to Le Pub (a place I found) and had a good old Western Meal together! I decided to leave my bag at the hotel where I stayed in the night before, because I didn't think that the backpackers would have space for my gigantic bag. I walked over to ...

Hanoi ,

A travel blog entry by skiffa


... enjoyed it . Our guide was excellent , as has been everything Tonkin travel have arranged so far . He knew his vietnam history , but was also quite passionate about it . It was fantastic to get an understanding of the norths view of the wars . Firstly the French war which ended 100 years of occupation , which was where Ho Chi Minh first came to lead the country . He is loved here in Vietnam , and has been raised to the status of a deity . The account given to us by our born and ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... 8211; comparing experiences, particularly with the local Vietnamese youths who are desperately keen to practice their English language skills with you! We’re a little off the beaten track so we decide to see another site nearby – the remnants of a B52 bomber that was shot down during the Vietnam War and that has some of its remains in one of the small lakes in a residential area close by. We follow our local map and it brings us to a lake, but we ...

More thoughts on Hanoi Day 1

A travel blog entry by jselbin


... turtles in the lake asked him to give the sword back, which he did.

Ahn gave us a brief description of Hanoi history. Hanoi was the original imperial city -- Citadel -- in Vietnam. The Citadel moved from Hanoi in 1840 to Hue, following a war among multiple pretenders to the throne resulted in victory by the one in the middle part of the country, who became king. He renamed this city Hanoi. The French came to Vietnam in ...

Hanoi, the hub our of visits in North Vietnam

A travel blog entry by thebartons99


... we ate about 5 times at the New Day restaurant in the Old Quarter (as recommended by LP!). Each time we were on a different floor, and each time had a different experience! From the japanese-style second floor where you sit on the floor surrounded by jars of snake and dragon wine (actual bottles of wine with preserved snake, lizard, and bird carcasses within) to the top floor intimate balcony, they cram as many people in here as ...


This hotel, located on 87 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hanoi, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Bat Trang Ceramic, Wide Eyed Tours, and Hun Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52.
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