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Vietnam - Hanoi

So we’ve now travelled almost the length of Vietnam reaching Hanoi in the north. Day 6  started with a visit to Ho Chi Minh’s very impressive and well guarded mausoleum. 473 more words


Streets of Hanoi

Warning: This post will be mainly photos as I really can’t choose from the lot what to post on our recent Hanoi trip.

When we found out that there’s a long weekend over Labor Day and Liberation Day, it was too tempting not to book a holiday. 983 more words


Hanoi on Foot

One thing we learned in our two days here thus far: you don’t just look left and right before crossing the street; you look in… 586 more words

Travel And Tours

Hanoi: The attractions

Lot’s to see, lot’s to do and lot’s to eat. So let get started where you can learn about the history and the beginnings of this city. 722 more words


Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum - HANOI

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is one of the most significant landmarks in Hanoi.  It is located at the center of Ba Dinh Square where President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence on September 2nd, 1945,  which in turn established the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.   740 more words

Hanoi Vietnam

Hanoi, with a two day cruise at Halong Bay

Feb 3 – 9, 2015

Finally, George and I arrived at our last stop in Vietnam: Hanoi, Saigon’s cooler, sharper, more temperamental counterpart.  Whereas Saigon’s weather is consistently hot and muggy, Hanoi’s ranges from extreme heat to bitingly cold.   1,000 more words


Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum; In Death 'Til We Do Path

It was very quiet and a little dead inside. 

I have to prefix this blog post by stating that I am nothing akin to resembling a morning person and I had had 3 hours of sleep before heading out to experience the wonders of the mausoleum and its accompanying museum. 1,020 more words