Camellia Hotel 5

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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    Friendship Village, Temple of Literature, Puppets

    A travel blog entry by hambonie on Jul 30, 2014

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    Greetings from Vietnam! Today was a very busy like everyday we are here. There are so many people to meet and exchange with combined with so much to see it seems it's hard to keep track to time and space. As you know the reason for this trip is to share and exchange with Victims of Agent Orange. We are a small band of three American second generation victims of Agent Orange (Our Dads were Vietnam Veterans) and one third Generation (my 13 year old son Luke). This trip ...

    Things I learnt riding in Vietnam

    A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Mar 04, 2014


    ... crazy speed as you do during the day. Also, don't bother with lights; 22. Riding in high heels is OK, it's important to look good; 23. Actually, scratch the second half of that - it's also perfectly acceptable to wear Disney princess pyjamas! 24. Watch out for puppies. They may look cute but they *will* try and kill you; 25. Roadworks don't mean that you need to shut the road. Even if they're actually building the ...

    Christmas in 'Nam - Leave no man behind

    A travel blog entry by vegantravellers on Dec 24, 2013

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    ... malls and boutiques. There are lots of wide open spaces that are filled with green grass and sculptures as well as a very nice lake in the centre which has a temple in the middle of it. We walked along the very ornate bridge to get to the temple but there was quite an expensive charge to get into the temple itself so we thought better of it. We spotted a cat inside when we reached the temple gates and we asked the guard if he would go and get the cat for us but he didn’t really ...

    My Thailand to Vietnam transit.

    A travel blog entry by broklutze on Dec 16, 2013

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    ... to find there was only one bus, a tad later in the day than they arrived. I bought my ticket, $10 cheaper than I'd been quoted by the 'agent'. Once again hungry, for something refreshing I found nothing but chips, dry, salty, fatty and artery clogging goodness. Opting to die before consuming that **** I occupied my time hanging wet washing all over the station seats. When it was time to start the 12hour journey southeast I was pleased to find the lady seated in front of me was ...

    A muddy road to the human flooded streets of Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on Aug 06, 2013

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    ... and animals made the roads very scary. I was nearly sad to see the quiet muddy roads of Laos disappear.

    Though I had thought the traffic was bad, I would be blown away by Hanoi where the roads were drowning in mopeds not mud. I had thought that I had seen it all but this was bedlam and mayhem! I thought I would have been used to the swarms of scooters, but nothing had prepared me for what confronted me in Hanoi. It was collective ...