Hanoi Grand Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... divers dan in Thailand. Larb of Laab (good luck food) is een gerecht om te onthouden! De mensen spreken ons minder aan dan de Balinezen en de Thais. Ze zijn minder open, minder vriendelijk, minder gedienstig, een beetje verlegen, spreken slecht Engels en zijn weinig gemotiveerd, velen komen zelfs een beetje simpel over. Het land is duidelijk nog niet klaar voor de kudde klassieke toeristen. Een reiziger komt hier wel aan z'n trekken. De bezienswaardigheden zijn ...
... our room for the night- a lovely little wooden hut surrounded with tropical gardens. Despite the sun not being out we had a chill on the beach before our 3pm hike to the other side of the island! We were wrong to believe the walk was going to be easy and the 40 degree heat didn't help! The cheeky monkeys and the panoramic views of both the bays however definitely made it worthwhile!! The BBQ buffet dinner went down extremely well (especially for ...
... status, a location map, and means of transportation (such as taxi, public bus, or mini bus). However, the information there is not very up-to-date, since a taxi going downtown now costs more than 300,000 VND ($15). However, there’s one trick: if you go upstairs to the departure terminal, you can try catching a Mai Linh taxi. They offer a 50% discount for the airport-to-downtown trip. Or you can even try negotiating with any of the small taxis around to get ...
... own right was spectacular. Activities included rock climbing, kayaking, tubing, even some midnight swimming with glowing plankton. Sapa- We arrived after a long over night train ride. Unfortunately the weather was foggy which meant we couldn't see the top of the mountains and taking photos was quite difficult. In saying this the trekking was amazing, along with the food. The home stay was lots of fun although the rice wine not so much but great to experience. We had ...
... to see his historic body, but the mausoleum is very impressive. We hear that he goes on a Russian "vacation" 3 months of the year to receive his yearly sprucing -up. Ho Chi Minh's museum. HCM's museum was a wild experience. Not only did we learn all about his influence and importance in Vietnam, but through extremely abstract, artistic exhibits we saw his impact on the world. There was an entire corner dedicated to Guernica, with giant cutouts from the painting adorning the walls. ...