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TravelPod Member ReviewsGold 2 Hotel Hue
This hotel is the basic hotel as to compare to others, but the staffs are friendly. It at the main street of Hue with a lot of big name hotels nearby, the surrounding are more local normal business with shops, mostly man shops. Toilet is not a new as what we have before but still ok for basic needs.
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Delightful sleep. Perfectly soundproof which surprised me as when in Bali or Tonga there was a hum of the locals constantly. Not here.
We are being totally indulged. There are no words really to describe the level of care and service we are getting. These people anticipate when we might be going to need something and are there doing it for you as you think of it.
My day began with a swim in our very own horizon pool...shared ...
... you need to have your wits about you, the greatest practical threat we have experienced has been to our eardrums rather than to any other bones in our body. For Vietnamese drivers seem to thrive upon making you aware of their existence by making healthy use of their horns. A helpful safety mechanism to some perhaps, this has proven to be, however, of tremendous annoyance to us. Indeed, it is hard to see the point of the horn when it is used by such slow moving, black ...
Another rough night with a huge headache and vomiting (dehydration at its finest), today's adventure continued on the motor bike to the Imperial City. It's located right on the heart of Hue and is where the empower lived. It's a ruin today since natural disaster and war wrecked most of the grounds, but the Vietnamese are doing as much as they can to restore the old buildings. The grounds are enclosed with a 6m high brick wall and moat, and only accessible by one of the four huge ...
... the white lie when me and James didn't know how to start the bike. But we are in THE NAM and anything goes. So are 180km ride began, me on my motor bike, James on his with Sophie on the back and the tour guide on his bike leading the way. Firstly we had to tackle the busy city roads getting out of Hue. This was the worst bit of the journey as space was tight and reactions had to be quick. I'll explain a typical Vietnamese road. When a traffic light goes red it doesn't mean stop, when ...
... really should specify these things in their advertising to avoid everyone the headache. So instead of wasting my breath arguing any longer we just packed up our stuff 2 days later and moved over to Phong Nha Hotel about 1km away.
Our stay in Phong Nha hotel has been good. A few small issues like ants on our first day, the aircon on full blast at all times and a slight smell from the toilet. But asides from that we had 2 double ...