Anh Toan Plaza Hotel

Address: 13 Hang Can street, Hanoi, Vietnam | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Val Rocks Singapore in the AM - ends day in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by valmlegare on Nov 28, 2014

2 comments, 42 photos

... book - that drivers get commission for bringing people to certain hotels, despite what the client welcome back to Vietnam! I checked in, went for a safe dinner - beet salad an carrot soup - that might be all I eat in the next couple days as I'm trying to avoid weird meats cause if I have the trots and/or am barfing on my 30 hour journey home...I may jump off the plane. Could u imagine? So I'm avoiding basically everything - vietnam has ...


A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Nov 28, 2014

6 photos

... of police motor cycles and black Mercedes cars sweeps past. We walk down to the hotel to find the red carpet being rolled up and the security scanner is switched off. Looks like we have just missed the mystery VIP. The next day Dinh tells us that in fact it was a delegation from the Hungarian Government visiting Hanoi. At the Metropole the Xmas lights are now on. We missed the official turning on ceremony the day ...

Crowded House

A travel blog entry by mikejohnmallett on Oct 29, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam with a population of around 7 million people and we met all of them within a 1 kilometer radius of our hotel. After seeing Hanoi, I can't understand how Hong Kong can boast having the greatest population density in the world. Perhaps it’s the narrow streets that make Hanoi seem so crowded. Walking is exhausting here. Cars, scooters, buses, bikes and pedicabs (bikes with two-seater benches on the front) pack ...

Head Spinning, Guts Churning, Vomit Flecked

A travel blog entry by mynameisden on Oct 04, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... that include but are not limited to; **** Exchange Rates, Extortionate Service Charges for use of machine, Minuscule Maximum Withdrawal Limits which don’t exceed the Exchange Rate and Service Charges, the certitude that a card reader has been fitted to the machine by Russian gangsters, trying to shove large wedges of bank notes into your money belt in public, inevitability of imminent mugging etc.

With the card in the machine, we enter the PIN and then all the buttons ...

Visiting Hanoi

A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Jul 30, 2014

5 photos

... walk into a room and there is his preserved body lying in a case in the middle. A little creepy, but kind of cool. Then we visited the house were he lived, followed by the one pillar pagoda and then the temple of literature. The one pillar pagoda was undergoing construction work, so we had to step over bricks, planks of wood and various other building site paraphernalia to get to it. In the UK, ...