Da Nang Riverside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of flowers and plant pots is really big here for Tet. You would be amazed what they pile on the back of motor bikes in order to transport home. Da Nang is fast becoming a modern city, but it still manages to retain its cultural charm. There are high rise buildings that stand adjacent to local markets and small local restaurants. The beach is pristine white sand, but unfortunately due to the weather today very ...
... town we decided to venture to a local famous eating spot called Bale Well, we sat down, there were no menus as there is only one dish. The next thing we know plates of food are coming out and we are being shown how to prepare our own spring rolls with plenty of greens, herbs and bbq pork satay style. It was great fun to be amongst it all. We even got to meet the owner she came and spoke to us and was really nice. She started her dish on a street corner 20 years ago ...
... his family, which was nice. He asked about me as well, and was shocked to find out that I lived in China and worked as a teacher, everything after that was, "good afternoon teacher" which is a sign of respect from student to teacher. It was all good fun. When we got back to the hotel, we had a bit of time before supper, so I went for a swim in the pool, then had a hot bath and read my book. So relaxing. We went to another yummy restaurant this time right on the river. ...
... is looking a bit bleak now although I did knock down 6 this afternoon.
I walked on down Cua Dai road looking for a fish and chip shop I'd seen the day before and found 2 next to each other. One was packed to the rafters the other was completely empty.I chose the empty one and looked through the voluminous menu. I think there were 4 pages of spring rolls, every different type you could poke a stick at except meat pie spring rolls. Searching ...
... the tip of the headland and watched the waves for a while. By the time we got back to our hotel we had been gone 2 hours and had cycled maybe 12-13km. We both agreed it was one of our favourite parts of the trip so far and have vowed to do it again in another destination if the opportunity arises. As we were so hot and still had an hour until pick up we had a dip in the pool to cool down. It was such a perfect morning and when Luang arrived to collect us we were sad to be leaving ...