Hanoi Sans Souci II Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrive into Hanoi at 3pm then we caught the minibus into the city - only two dollars for a hour ride. We were packed in but somehow all the packs were also put in. The driver dropped people off at various stops and the tourists all tried to get off at the main stop at Vietnam Airlines offices. The driver kept us on saying he would drop us …
... bij haar alvast de boot in Halong Bay. Met de rest wachten we nog even tot we iets van de stad gezien hebben. Tegen 16h45 gaan we even terug langs het hotel want de receptioniste werkt maar tot 17h en we gingen om 15h terugkomen... We boeken bij haar nog een toer naar Ninh Binh en een treinticket van Ninh Binh naar Hue. Na de stadswandeling hebben we besloten hier niet te lang te blijven. We zorgen dat we gezien hebben wat we hier moeten zien en maken ...
... a bad show! It was a strange eccelctic mix of local instruments, all played live, with the visually ornate prancing of puppets on a small pool of water which was the stage. So that was our final day in Hanoi! I feel we did everything, and managed to squeeze in Ninh Binh and Tam Coc. Really awesome city which can provide anything you need; noise and pollution, calm and serenity, food and more food. A gret start to our vietnamese journey, next stop Ha Long Bay. ...
... wearing the same flowered jacket, the hood pulled up and sleeves over their hands, and face masks on scooters.. The architecture here leaves much to be desired. Nearly all of the houses are tall, narrow and made of concrete. In the city, you don't really notice as they are all built next to each other in a terrace but in the country side they are several metres apart, leaving bare concrete contrasted against bright paintwork on the front. Space is not a problem so I ...
... of my friends from the tour pointed out that they seemed to show affection a lot more openly here, which I had to agree with. I loved seeing so many people walking their dogs, which I didn't see in any other cities. The second thing that I loved (and would recommend) in Hanoi was the Water Puppet show. With beautiful singing, instruments and the stories the puppets played out, I thoroughly enjoyed the one hour show that I didn't ...