Camellia Hue Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamellia Hue Hotel
Great place, excellent service. My only complaint was the ashtrays in the reception area, inviting people to smoke. Completely inconsistent with the otherwise First Class atmosphere.
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... through. The evening consisted of drying off and going for some dinner and drinks with everyone. I've drunk more beer here than I ever have in my life before. We managed to get everyone up on the dance floor and the bonus of going out here is everything starts and finishes earlier. So you're tucked up in bed my midnight. Result. Night all ...
... burning incense and throwing paper money into the river for their ancestors. This ritual is extremely alien to me in several ways:
- One, as a citizen of the US and living there for most my life, though we remember the passing of loved ones, the way they are remembered is not as important. There aren't set rituals and specific ways to guarantee passage into heaven and a good life in heaven.
- Secondly, I am not too connected to my extended family. I ...
Hue was once the capital of Vietnam so still has many temples and ruins to see. Today we did just that. The 5 of us went down to the riverside where we paid for a boat for the day. We decided where we wanted to go and only paid about £16 between us. We took a long ride down the river where we saw boats of all different sizes. Some transported good and others were in tiny fishing boats. We travelled for a hour or so down the ...
... could be installed - just below the cabinets. During my inspection, I found that there were fluorescent lights already there - neatly hidden away out of sight. It took awhile for me to find the switch to them. So now I have light in my kitchen - after limiting my use of the kitchen to daylight hours for the past month. Duh!
The next projects will be to get my windows cleaned, and to buy a desk to work from. (Right now I work from the coffee table ...
... no way they can make the whole trip plus the stops in 5 1/2 hours. Drop the stops at the stores and it might be possible.
Still, I think the journey is a great alternative to the 2 1/2 train journey between Hue and Danang. You get picked up at your hotel, and get into Hoi An - so you save a bit hassle as well. But especially in the summer it must be great to walk around on top of the Hai Van Pass - with an absolute great view. And that the train cannot provide