Dai Duong Hotel

Address: 20 Le Dai Hanh St., Hong Bang, Haiphong, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 20 Le Dai Hanh St., Hong Bang, Haiphong, is near Paradise Resort Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Haiphong

      Eating our way through Vietnam 15.

      A travel blog entry by dennys on Mar 10, 2015

      22 photos

      ... of food was the national dish of Pho (pronounced fur) Bo which means beef.

      We sat on little plastic chairs and watched the woman put two handfuls of noodles into a sieve that was lowered into the steaming cauldron for a few minutes then put into two big bowls followed by chopped vegetables and pieces of beef. Stock from the big pot was then ladled over everything. Also on the table, along with chopped chilli, brown salt, and a couple of ...

      Overnight cruise on Halong Bay, Vietnam

      A travel blog entry by thehunts on Jan 29, 2015

      52 photos

      Day 3 -4 : Both of us were up at the crack of dawn, seems our plan to get an early night backfired on us. Breakfast in the hotel in Hanoi was all we needed, deciding to play it safe first thing in the morning we opted for omelette. We checked out of our room and left the luggage in a safe place with just an overnight bag each for our trip to Halong Bay. As we were typically early, we went out to grab a coffee. We chose a street cafe that had chairs big enough for ...

      Caves and conclusions

      A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 16, 2015

      9 photos

      ... to be pro government propaganda (of course we could be totally wrong - it might simply be a means of trying to persuade the locals to go to some new restaurant opening or maybe a plea to protect local customs in view of the invasion of western tourists!). I will definitely return one day but with a view to taking a more leisurely trip and enjoying more of the natural scenery. It may not be for some time but those views of Halong and Hoi An will stay with me for a long ...

      Halong Bay part II: Descending Dragon

      A travel blog entry by johnnypanda on Jan 12, 2015

      4 photos

      ... first day started the same, kayaking, however with Simon, a fellow Englishman and secret pirate, as my kayak partner this time things got a bit more boisterous. At first we worked well as a team, one paddling whist the other attacked neighbouring kayaks with our highly developed splash technique. Just as we were coming back to shore I went for one final splash, but went too far, flinging myself out of the kayak ...

      The Mighty Halong Bay & A Little More Hanoi

      A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Dec 29, 2014

      43 photos

      ... about me the next morning she laughed so hard, and harder when I said that I had skyped my family hung-over! She told me about her Christmas Day with John and others from the Hostel and I told her about mine with the other Hostel – hair of the dog baby! After we finished picking up everyone within Hanoi we started on our way to Halong Bay which would take about 3hrs. We immediately got stuck in the famous Hanoi traffic not long after leaving the Old Quarter which meant we had ...