Camellia Hotel 5

Address: 81 Thuoc Bac Street, Noan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81 Thuoc Bac Street, Noan Kiem District, Hanoi, is near Hoa Lo Prison, Japanese Covered Bridge, Red Bridge Restaurant and Cooking School, and Fukian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien).
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    Travel Blogs from Hanoi

    Hanoi traffic and we survived.

    A travel blog entry by pilbarahilton on Jan 06, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... have not be game to try. Our guide Ha was very passionate about his work, life and of course the Vietnamese food. It was a degustation of the different food types from mix of street food and little food outlets in the back streets and out off main streets. I have posted a couple pics of the evening which was great way explore the back streets of Hanoi.A great day that was full on and an overload on the senses. Our next adventure is off to Halong bay.

    Joining our tour group in Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Dec 09, 2014

    1 comment, 100 photos

    ... life and limb each time we crossed the street. Not a single motorcycle would slow down as we ventured onto the crosswalk. We had to carefully time our stride to evade the incoming traffic - it was insane. Aside from the hectic traffic, Hanoi was an interesting combination of French colonial style architecture and Asian street life. In the Old Quarter, where we were staying, each street has merchants and households that specialize in a particular trade from ...

    Hanoi: Tho Ha Village, Food and More Food

    A travel blog entry by waddads on Sep 28, 2014

    2 comments, 59 photos

    ... that specialized mostly in one type of food only, and sat on teeny plastic stools on the sidewalk to eat. It was a blast. The old quarter is just crazy at night. The sidewalks are jam packed with people sitting on little stools enjoying all sorts of food, and parked motorbikes, and the streets are packed with cars and zillions of motorbikes. It is so hard to describe the traffic here, there are no actual traffic lanes, cars and motorbikes just weave around each other and there ...

    Cave Cruisin' at Tam Coc

    A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 12, 2014

    1 comment, 58 photos

    ... having taken note that we were about to begin our river adventure, subsided. The landscape had the most dramatic effect on your senses. One moment you’d be slowly floating through a dark cave with millions of tons of limestone hanging sometimes inches above your head, the water dripping from the stalactites that resembled dragon fangs, creating a quiet percussion performance that resonated around the cave’s halls and then in the next ...

    Bia hoi in Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by sheath27 on May 12, 2014

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... before Bia hoi, I mean dinner.
    News flash : Just got an email from our Halong bay cruise operator, Cham. She is upgrading us to the Calypso which is an awesome junk. The only downside is we have to share it with the Swedish netball team :-) just kidding. I think the **** just got deeper :-(
    On that note, tam biet.
    The Tour guide
    Ps. Bob has been sent to the naughty corner as he bought a man bracelet in Silver ...