Daesco Hotel

155 Tran Phu Street, Da Nang, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 155 Tran Phu Street, Da Nang, is near The Marble Mountains.
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Travel Blogs from Da Nang

Da Nang, Marble Mountains and Hoi An

A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Aug 06, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... the bullet holes and battle scars.

After this we head to Hoi An and our hotel (yay beds On terra firma). Hoi An is a very historic old town which dates back over 2200. It was a major port and hence the Japanese and Chinese traders have left their mark with architecture and Unesco have put a preservation order of the 800 or so historical buildings.

After a quick shower and check in the room. We take ...

Hoi An. Day 9

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Jul 30, 2014

12 photos

... Tha Cham Museum was our next stop. It houses the world's largest collection of Cham art and sculpture. Da Nang was chosen as the location due to its proximity to the former kingdom of Champa, My Son and Tra Kieu, all of which were Champa kingdoms. The collection of artefacts, some dating back to the seventh century, was impressive and reminded us of our time in Angkor Wat. While driving along the coastal road on the edge of China Beach, our attention had been ...

An Bang Beach Mr Ca

A travel blog entry by jimhb on Jul 02, 2014

After a chilled day relaxing after the big anniversary day, we decided to try a different spot I.e. An Bang Beach, from a recommendation we chose Mr Ca, beachside restaurant, fairly rustic to say the least, on going building refurb happening as we sat at our table practically on the beach. New floor going in so three blokes were pulling up the current brick floor and carting ...

Goodbye Cat Ba, Hello Hoi An.

A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Jun 21, 2014

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... The journey back to Hanoi consisted of 3 coaches and a speed boat. The journey was relatively easy and was made ironically much more enjoyable during the last 2 hours when we caught the attention of a young Vietnamese girl (no older that 5/6) further down the bus. We thought she was hilarious laughing and shouting at us to get our attention, however the girl sat in front of her did not enjoy the little girl hitting her on the head and screaming at the top of her lungs - somewhat ...

Cooking up a feast.

A travel blog entry by worldwandering on Jun 06, 2014


... Ella and me shared some scallops, but they weretiney and still whole in there shell which we weren't expecting,but the tasted good. Had a bit of a texture issue with the bit they normall cut off but I just ate them quickly. Before we left the bar guy Gael made us have a shot of his homemade caramel vodka.

In the evening we did a cooking class. It cost us about 15. We got there and one of the guys there ...