Anh Toan Plaza Hotel

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

Halong Bay and Farewell to Tour Group

A travel blog entry by waddads on Sep 27, 2014

2 comments, 59 photos

... change, headed out to the nearby "Temple of Literature" which was the first National University of Vietnam and was constructed in 1076. In later centuries (15th through 18th) it was rebuilt and enlarged. Its students were selected by local examinations from all over the country. Within the temple are "doctor's stone stelae" which were erected between 1484 and 1780 for engraving the names and birthplaces of 1304 doctor laureates of 82 exams held between 1442 and ...

Three Nights in Hanoi Becomes Five Nights in Hanoi

A travel blog entry by louise_rich on Sep 18, 2014

5 photos

... it can do and we were keen to experience a different side of Hanoi beyond the Old Quarter. Hoan Kiem Lake and West Lake are both located in the centre of Hanoi but outside of the Old Quarter. Both of these lakes were within walking distance of our hotel so we were fortunate enough to visit both. Hoan Kiem Lake, is much smaller than West Lake and we easily walked around it in less than an hour. The lake is home to large soft-shell ...

The city of motorbikes

A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 08, 2014

8 photos

... of literature was definitely the most impressive. Originally constructed in the 1400's as a school, it consists of a series of courtyards separated by carved gates. The final one had a shrine to Confuscius, who taught there. After a day of sight-seeing we went for a bowl of pho before returning to the hotel for our cab to the airport. Pho, like banh mi, is a combination of French and Vietnamese. At it's most basic, pho is a bowl of rice noodle ...

A Taste of the Capital

A travel blog entry by jaysurtees on Jun 12, 2014

27 photos

... very few photos from this section of the day, as temples are same same, and the rain put a dampener (duh dum tss) on the day. Slightly unenlightened, we headed for a buffet lunch, where the delicacy of goat was on offer. As you can imagine, Meg's skipped the goat; I gave it a quick chew, and was duly unimpressed. It was a good spread, food was fresh and tasty, and megs even managed to find a full plate worth of food to chow down on. ...

Off to Hanoi

A travel blog entry by julieblyth on May 30, 2014

4 photos

... guy spotted this and had words of some sort and the lady removed her bags and let me continue. Just another example of cultural differences. Now have a local mobile number so rescheduling the hotel pickup at Hanoi airport was slightly easier. Plane trip was great until the last 100metres. The pilot attempted to plant the plane into the runway. Was an extremely hard landing that all passengers got a shock from. We were in the exit row seats and the flight hostess ...