[VIETNAM]: Vietnamese Air Force Museum Hanoi

Walking around Hanoi isn’t tiring. Well, at least I didn’t remember it was. Based on the map, most of the tourists’ spots are cluttered and hence we decided to go on foot at the same time embracing the weather.

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Bao Tang Phong Khong – Khong Quan (Vietnamese Air Force Museum Hanoi), located at Truong Chinh Street (Southwest of center Hanoi) where you can have an up close with a bunch of rusting war relics.

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Hanoi Flag Tower, just right beside of the Vietnamese Air Force Museum. photo DSC_0138_zpsc138b3bb.jpg photo DSC_0140_zpsa9ce6e8b.jpg photo DSC_0142_zps5a14ed50.jpg

We walked a long way but pretty satisfied, took a lot of pictures and the best part of the day would be having him beside me exploring another city, doing something we both like. It came to a point that nothing else matters, as long as he is by my side. We then made a pit stop at Hanoi Tropical Cafe (located at 2c Quang Trung, Hoan Kiem district) to quench thirst plus some munching. 😀 Their fried banana with vanilla ice cream is nice!

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