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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    First day in Vietnam

    A travel blog entry by arn0601 on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... Most were back packers but there were many young Vietnam professionals hanging out in the same area. So first impression of a new country were definitely positive. The language barrier is a bit tough as a lot of the locals barely speak any English. Luckily Michelle knew enough Vietnamese to get by. We were near a small lake so we hung out there for a bit. Since we basically pulled an all nighter we headed to bed pretty ...

    Hanoi - Gooooood morning Vietnam!

    A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... There are 4 guards dressed in white uniforms guarding him and more at every entrance, exit and corner. The body of the late Vietnamese president is perfectly presented a dimly lit room, encased in a glass coffin of sorts. Interesting fact: the body is flown to Russia twice a year for a month at a time for the upkeep of the embalming. Serious business this maintaining of a president! Following our viewing, we continued on our touristing and visited the Ho Chi Minh ...


    A travel blog entry by irenan on Dec 17, 2014

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    ... at least not right away...we thought we would go to Myanmar (Burma) after Thailand...back then it seemed like everybody around was oohing and ahhing about Myanmar: "Ooh! It's yet so unspoiled by tourists!", "Ahh, all these beautiful temples!", "Ooh, Ahh! you must definitely go!"...and maybe it was all true, even though I found in my research that Myanmar was much less "unspoiled" than I was led ...

    Uncle Ho and B52s

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Nov 04, 2014

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    ... photographed them but considered that this might not be appreciated. Ben satisfied himself with offering as many of them as possible a smile and a cheery Vietnamese greeting. Uncle Ho (as Ho Chi Minh is known in some quarters here) is sometimes referred to as the father of the revolution. He is a hugely important figurehead for the communist party. In his will, he apparently asked to be cremated and for his ashes to be scattered in the north, centre and south of ...

    Hanoi, ex-capital of Indochina

    A travel blog entry by fredtrip on Jun 11, 2009

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    With a bit less than 4M people, Hanoi used to be the capital of communist North Vietnam and is totally dedicated to Ho Chi Minh who was founder of the Vietnamese communist party then president of the Republic of (North) Vietnam from 1946 to 1969. He ...