Twins Hotel is in the very heart of Hanoi, between the Old Quarter and ancient Temple of Literature. It offers affordable luxury accommodation and insghts into everyday life in Hanoi. Twins Hotel is nearby St. Joseph Cathedral and a short drive to many architectural and cultural attractions as well as business centres.
I really like drinking hot Rosie Lee at the pavement stands by the frog and toads in Hanoi. And I sat there, sipping at my Rosie Lee, and sometimes, I could hear news from the fellow drinkers and their comments on the social issues. I do think their comments and points of view on a given issue are good and useful for me but are sometimes bunk, and truly reflects their own views and factoids on that issue. Well, from my point of view, I do think that creates which is the so-called “variety is the spice of life”. In the UK-based Hyde park, there is a place called “Speakers’ Corner” where public speaking, debates and discussions take place and not to be out done, there are a lots of “Speakers’ Corner” on every corner and pavements in Hanoi. I think it’s much more democracy in Vietnam than in the UK. That activity is so popular in Hanoi, which leaves a long-lasting impression on me for sure. I will stay at Twins Hotel next time.