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 …
... to take photos of us and the other westerners when we'd found our seats. So we played our part smiling and waving like the good little monkeys we are. We finally arrived in Hanoi around 8.30-9pm that evening. We got off the bus and grouped together with the other tourists to get a minibus into the city centre. It was storming and raining at this point, lightening was flashing bright in the sky, with its forks spreading the full width of our view of the sky between the ...
... moved on to look at their belief systems, sample artefacts and textiles. Jacqui was in her element learning about the rituals, traditions, and day-to-day life of the various groups, and we were able to learn about the Hmong people who we'd encountered the previous week.
We continued into the garden area, where many traditional houses had been erected for visitors to look around. Some of these had been donated and ...
... tiny stools to sit on in the street - a great place to soak up the atmosphere.
While we were in Hanoi, Natalie also got the opportunity to do some gymnastics! Davis had found a gymnastics club in town and approached them to see if Natalie could join them for a training session or two. They were very accommodating and happy to have her along. The session was even housed in the national gymnasium where the vietnamese ...
... has their business on the ground level, and each generation of the family occupies a different floor of the structure. Some of these buildings are "stand-alone," while others are built side by side. In Hanoi, particularly around the Old Quarter, everyone has to walk in the street most of the time because, quite often, the sidewalks are occupied by parked motorbikes. In the ...