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Hanoi: Traveling Toddler Tolerated

The city

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is a bustling metropolis but not one that you would expect. I was picturing a big city like Bangkok but that was not the case. 1,449 more words


Vietnam #Part 8 Hanoi

(21st – 23rd March)

We caught the local bus at 4.20pm from Halong, which arrived at Hanoi Bus station at 8.50pm. We took a really expensive taxi to our hotel, grabbed some dinner and took an early night. 732 more words


Villegas in Vietnam: Hanoi!

Short but sweet.

That’s how I’d describe our trip to Hanoi. 24 hours was definitely not enough to explore the city. First of all, the weather was just amazing! 531 more words


Day 61 - The fast and the furious cyclo riding

During the cooking lesson Takka had mentioned how interesting the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum had been so today  we decided to pay it a visit. As we had yet to try a rickshaw/cyclo we decided to take one, it was exhilarating taking it through the streets with scooters, market sellers and pedestrians streaming every which way in front of us. 1,081 more words

27 Hours in Hanoi

At the start of our Christmas holiday myself and the two friends I was travelling with decided to stop in Hanoi on our way to Laos, and I’m very glad we did. 916 more words


The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is a large memorial to the Vietnamese leader in Hanoi, Vietnam.

It is located in the center of Ba Dinh Square… 48 more words


Our last full day in Hanoi.

Sunday 9th November

Boiled eggs arrived. Pheww!
Had a wonderful day exploring again.
Started with the Presidential Palace (20000 vnd -50p)  which is part of a ‘ complex’ of buildings that include a one pillar pagoda and Ho Chi  Minh’s Mausoleum. 628 more words