Hanoi - Vietnam

Hanoi (Vietnamese: H Nội, Hán Tự: 河内) pronunciation , estimated population 3.398.889 (2007) , is the capital of Vietnam. From 1010 until 1802, it was the political centre of an independent Vietnam with a few brief interruptions. It was eclipsed by Huế during the Nguyen Dynasty as the capital of Vietnam, but served as the capital of French Indochina from 1887 to 1954. From 1954 to 1976, it was the capital of North Vietnam.The city is located on the right bank of the Red River. Hanoi is located at 21°2' North, 105°51' East, 1760 km (1094 mi) north of Ho Chi Minh City.

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tonics4u2 :

hi- i am doing HCMC al the way upto Hanoi, then lao and into thai, ( bus ) someone as told me to get to Luang Prabang in lao, i must go -hanoi- back down to VINH - vietienne( lao) and up to LP . BUT then i will have to come back down to vietienne, so i am back tracking twice. Surely there must be somewhere to cross in the north into Lao ????? No flying. , any useful info on borders and visas is appreciated. Many many thanks

DieuVan Nguyen :
"You have to go down south from Ha Noi to Border Cau Treo or "Cua Khau Cau Treo" In Ha Tinh . There are no border crossing up there in Ha Noi . There are no roads connection in Truong Son Mountain go to Laos from Ha Noi."
Christine :
"I did much of that bus route in reverse last summer! It was beautiful and fun... but oh my it was a lot of hours semi-stuck to the vinyl bus seats! I'd do it again in a minute though. Luang Prabang is definitely worth going to. It had amazing outdoors activities, including my personal favorite: a day trek which involved wading through a river inside a cave with candles. As far as I could discern, the border crossings into Lao are rigid. I went from Chiang Mai, Thailand to Laung Prabang to Vietienne to Vinh. I was, however, under the impression that there was a legit Lao-Vietnam border crossing further to the north than Vinh. However, perhaps roads are a limiting factor... Have fun!"
fAllEn aNgel :

1) If the number of rods were increased from the typical 3, how would the solution change? Would there be a pattern? Why? 2) How and why are the solutions for the Tower of Hanoi related to other mathematical concepts 3) How and why do the solutions and algorithms for the Bicolour Tower of Hanoi differ? 4) Are the Tower of Hanoi solutions related to Pascal's triangle? If so, how and why?

PaeKm :
"use recursive function f(1) =1 ------move rod from right to left f(2) = f(1)+1+f(1) --- move 1 rod to middle and another one to left and move 1 rod in mid to left f(3) = f(2)+1+f(2) --- move2 rod to middle and another one to left and move 2 rod in mid to left f(n) = f(n-1) +1 +f(n-1) = 2f(n-1) +1 --- move n-1 rod to middle and another one to left and move n-1 rod in mid to left Example 3 rods f(3) =2f(2) +1 ----#1 f(2) =2f(1) +1 =2+1 = 3 then fill in #1 f(3) =2(3) +1 =7 times 4 rods f(4) = 2f(3)+1 =2(7) +1=15 times... ^-^"
Phineas Bogg :
"1) The solution would involve fewer moves with more rods. The pattern would depend on the number of rods and disks. An extreme example is when you have n rods and n disks, it takes 2n moves. 2) The standard three rod problem requires 2^n -1 moves for n disks. So this is related to powers of two. Also the solution is related to recursion and the proof of the number of moves is related to induction. 3) I don't know, check Wikipedia for this. 4) Certainly they both have powers of two (the numbers in a row of Pascal's Triangle sum to powers of two)."
fatdadslim :

hi to all you gi's,hanoi hannah/ hannah is to be honoured. jane fonda is being honoured as 1 of100 woman of the century fonda betrayed our (USA) country,she visited the hanoi hilton and met a pilot of the USAF.jerry driscol a river rat,he was draggedf rom a stinking cesspit.fed and dressed in clean pj's and was ordered to discribe how humanely he was being treated he spat at ms fonda,was clubbed and dragged away was beaten fell on the commandants feet.may you rot in hell ms fonda,be proud of what you have done for country,join hannah for the celebrations BITCH

SirCharlez :
"...and Rosie O'Donald is right up there on the list... you should hear the "crap" backing up in here sewer-pipe"
mike b :
"ya she sucks i saw one time a GI from Vietnam spit chewing tobacco on her a few years ago he said he waited like 30+years to do it i was happy that's what she gets"
Shitestirrer extrordinaire :
"Disgraceful. She was a traitor to your nation. I never ageed to the Vietnam war- but to betray your nation, whatever your personal feelings, is beneath contempt. And to actively conspire to murder your own nations soldier, with the enemy- words simply cannot describe the revulsion. in WW2 and others, many pacifists and conscientious objectors in WW2 still served their nation as proud patriots- but as unarmed medics & chaplains. Every single veteran will tell you- these men and women who disagreed with war- but put their (unarmed) lives in danger to help the wounded- were the most heroic, finest, unflinching, courageous, uncomplaining people bar none. We should celebrate by hanging her publicly for High Treason."
greenhollow2 :
"That is just not right... the betrayal that she bestowed on America and it's fighting forces was uncalled for... As for the former soldier who spat chewing tobacco on her.. I salute you....."

 

Comments on Hanoi

buldozerceto
Date: 2008-02-05 02:01:03

I am not sure what super tuesday holds, maybe that is what they are waiting for, McCain is going to keep talking the same old lines about his military service, his past is supposed to secure us ? I am not sure he is the hero he and others keep giving him credit for, seems he was accused of aiding the enemy in Hanoi, google his name for more info.


asianpickup
Date: 2008-02-05 02:01:03

ach spring, many Hanoians hit the streets to “hunt” wild apricot trees brought from Northern mountainous provinces.


cybiao
Date: 2008-02-05 02:01:03

McCain needed a divorce from his wife of 14 years, Carol, who had been badly injured in a car accident while McCain languished in Hanoi. The accident "left her 4 inches shorter and on crutches, and she had gained a good deal of weight." Except for signing the property settlement, Carol did not participate in the divorce.....Interesting!


Dean Jakson
Date: 2008-02-05 02:01:03

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Police in Vietnam's capital have launched a criminal investigation into Catholic Church protests over a land dispute, while state-run media accused church leaders Tuesday of abusing their power to incite followers to confront the Communist government.




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