Anh Toan Plaza Hotel

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

Hoi An - Da Nang - Hue - Dong Hoi - Hanoi

A travel blog entry by ayoung435 on Nov 22, 2014

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... and I'm not joking when I say you could probably fit a good portion of my home town inside it. It was like a movie set, stalactites and stalagmites coming together in all colours, shapes and sizes, high church like ceilings, eerily quiet, mildly humid and a real aesthetically pleasing place to visit. We didn't go to the largest cave in the world 'son doong' mainly because it costs $3000, includes a few days hiking and they only let a certain number of tourists in there ...

Uncle Ho and B52s

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Nov 04, 2014

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Day 47 It took us until noon to get out of our hostel this morning, which, on the face of it, sounds slovenly. However, a lot was achieved. We enquired about taking a tour to Halong Bay because we had heard that packages are usually cheaper than doing it yourself. The guesthouse receptionist delivered his finest sales pitch, telling us that we could drink wine and whisper to each other on the boat and that it would be very romantic. He did a good job really but we ...

Start at Hanoi

A travel blog entry by dawid on Oct 12, 2014

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... is many “restaurants”, pubs… but we couldn’t find any with English menu and Vietnamese food for a while. Maybe we just search at wrong part of city. I wasn’t hungry, so I did ordered only drink. Filip ordered some squid with noodles which looked ok.

Back to the city, it is … dirty. And I’m not surprised, there are no bins, you don’t see any garbage cans by the houses (there have to be some, because the garbage trucks goes ...

Visiting Hanoi

A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Jul 30, 2014

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... would not be allowed to visit such a 'dangerous' site, lest someone trips on a plank, breaks their leg and then sues the company. No such worries in Vietnam, or in all of Asia in fact, which is one thing I like about this part of the world - just watch where you're walking, if you trip over it's your own fault! The temple of literature, if I remember correctly, was the first university ...

1642km on Sweet Mary Jane

A travel blog entry by nickandbon on Jun 25, 2014

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... salon, if you could call it that. She propped me up on the bed and then went on to try persuade me to pretty much have my whole body threaded (I'm not THAT hairy, am I?). What startled me the most is when she spontaneously pulled down my knickers out of nowhere, to see if my bikini area needed a good old thread. Haha what a woman. I left the salon, with my freshly new shaped eyebrows, a bit cautiously in case she was going to randomly pull down my pants down again. After Hoi ...