Viet Phuong

Address: 123 Nguyen Thai Hoc St., Hanoi, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 123 Nguyen Thai Hoc St., Hanoi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Hanoi

    Hanging out in Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by dbpernod on Jul 25, 2015

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    ... t this the beginning of a horror film about kidnapped tourists? "Just two minutes," he insists as we cram in, standing on the step as he slides the door shut and laughs a breathy Sheldon Cooper laugh. (Turns out he just laughs like that, but the first time was a little unnerving.) once everything was sorted out and passengers swapped around for correct buses, we visited the Dinh Minh Kings' "palace" in the ancient capital of Vietnam. I can tell we have seen too many ...

    Go Big, Or Go Home

    A travel blog entry by lovejenni on Jul 21, 2015

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    ... some careful research online I was fairly certain that I knew what I was doing. Despite the intense heat I dressed extremely modestly in a long skirt and a long sleeved shirt, and took a taxi to get there just as they opened. I heard the line to visit Ho was quite long, and they weren't wrong. When I arrived I was directed into a series of rows that reminded me of the entrance to a Disney ride.

    I should add a little bit of information about the ...


    A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... that the government is pushing to reduce population growth. Vietnam’s current population is 91 million, more than double the population from when the war ended in 1975. This is by far the most densely populated country in Southeast Asia. Unlike China, which has the one child policy, Vietnam is calling for families to have only two. There is less pressure put on farming families. The government expects farmers to have more children, so that they will have more help ...

    Ho Chi Min

    A travel blog entry by dubeds on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... for lunch, rice paper rolls, morning glory, pork, chicken, fish plus fruit platter, very nice. Final stop a temple, then an hour and a half boat ride back to the city. Another swim to finish the day! Couldn't resist another dinner by the river, with a Long Island Iced Tea, pasta with seafood and caramelised pork and prawns for Steve. Finished off with a refreshing ice ...

    Visitng Uncle Ho, and Adopting a Family of Five

    A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Mar 21, 2015

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    There is no information in the mausoleum, we leave without knowing when or how he died, how old he was (whether he has legs, who did this to him), or anything about his life. So we go to the nearby museum for Ho Chi Min and we leave having learned absolutely nothing.

    There are a number of photos with no clear significance on display, lots of photos of documents. And then you go to the second level and wonder if you’ve fallen down the ...