Hanoi Viet Hotel
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... and probably the best in Hanoi - rocket fuel. We returned to Masterchef where we met a fragile JJ. The heavens opened, tree's fell over and we sheltered until we were full to the brim. On Thursday we got out to Ha Ba Trung District where the roads widen and the stalls are replaced with Banks, Beauticians and Bentley's. Corporate Communism that would have Uncle Ho and second cousin Lenin turning in their grand mausoleum's and scaring the queue's as they shuffle past. The streets ...
... were many, we were handed over to the next. They all seemed to have mobiles on the go, perhaps that is how it all works. I will ask in the Hanoi reception later. It was faultless. Ordinarily, I need to have full details of plans, spare copies etc, but here one just lays back and allows the world to take charge. The organisation and network is phenomenal. People were transferred between buses to get them each to their specific and separate destination with rarely was a ...
... of him. Thanks John! Unfortunately, all good things come to an end and we went back downstairs to sit at the simple looking tables to eat some congee. Cindy had an amazing time too, but jokingly told me she had never felt so ashamed of her super dark skin and tan lines! Apparently most of the other girls were pale and “talking” about Cindy's skin, until one of the girls working there told them to stop and that she could understand ...
... wars and famine and how it effected the families. I feel I understand the people here so much better having seen their art. A fantastic day or rather until, 3.0 when we realised we hadn't had lunch. There was a lovely restaurant in the museum and we had a long lunch till about 5.30. watching the rats outside the window. We have seen several rats here wandering around as though they own the place.
I am slowly beginning to ...
I wrote this entry on the overnight train and mayyyy have been a little delirious.
Proceed with caution.
I am currently on the top bunk of an overnight train and feel I am on the wrong side of the train. If this puppy stops in a hurry I will actually go flying off, and slam into the table underneath me. Maybe I'll land flat on my back and the table will evenly collapse, leaving me to breath heavily for a moment before I do the rolling-hop-to-feet ninja move like ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHanoi Viet Hotel
a person named Ninjitsea learned karate since 3rd Grade WOW! i wish i was like him o0o
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