Anh Toan Plaza Hotel

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

Chaotic capital with character

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Mar 25, 2015

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... from a little old lady – they were boiled or something and truly terrible. In the evening, we went out and had another Bun Cha and a couple of deep-fried spring rolls.

The next day we had a flight down to Ho Chi Minh City. We had thought about getting the train back down but flying saved us 2 days and was actually cheaper anyway. Despite our initial impressions of Hanoi, we enjoyed it a lot more than Bangkok and it seems like it has a lot more character. ...

A Welcoming & Educational Experience

A travel blog entry by jason152z on Jan 29, 2015

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... past Vietnam has so calmly put behind them. To put this in the greatest respect to the country, we can now see why everyone wanted a piece of the country, it's beautiful. The mix that Hanoi offers of French and Vietnam just works and the people are not afraid to express the past suffered. Coffee shops and restaurants contain used war memorabilia and design. One thing that you cannot avoid seeing at least twice, is that of a water puppet show. It's not ...

Day 15 Hanoi

A travel blog entry by cazg on Jan 05, 2015

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After a very quick breakfast Madi and I headed to the foyer to catch the bus to the airport. Hue airport is like travelling through international customs in a country under siege. No water, not even closed cans of cool drink purchased in the airport foyer. So we handed them over only to find at the top of the escalator is a cool drink machine with the exact same drinks. What a scam. Anyway Madi and I purchased a new bag for our ...

Who's idea was it to fly out on Boxing Day....

A travel blog entry by liz_h24 on Dec 27, 2014

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... us and a whole new crew and load of passengers got on. We realised this after both falling asleep waking up only to realise there was a queue of people walking past us and some random guy sat next to me.... Another film, more food and yet more sleeping and 2hours later we finally arrived in Hanoi! After staring intently at every sign being held up for 20 mins the transfer man found us (who knew there were two arrivals sections!) and it was off for our first driving experience in Hanoi! ...

Now, where is the quiet coach?

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Dec 22, 2014

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... with his head in the corridor was sleeping - maybe he wasn't!

I doubt that there will be second trip on this route as we took seven days to do what could be done in just over two hours on a plane (and not cost a great deal more!) but that probably would not have allowed us to experience such a wide cross section of local people and behaviours. Nor would we have seen the countryside, something that the train is best at doing and it is certainly much more preferable to being on a bus.