Hong Thien Hotel 2
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Hue is another UNESCO listed town. It was a lot more built up and modern than Hoi An, with a clear backpacker area with plenty of restaurants and hotels to chose from. We had no plans on how long we would stay here so we only booked one night but stayed for four nights.
After a short and standard bus ride from Hoi An we arrived in Hue and …
Hue made quite a change from the busy and chilly Hanoi.
Hello humidity! There's no question we're moving down south.
On the first day we arrived at 8am after a rough journey on a night train. We were in a carriage full of locals and had "soft" seats. They have an interesting definition of soft here... anyway as you can imagine …
We returned to Hanoi from Halong Bay with just enough time to get something quick to eat. We ate for the third time at a really tasty place that was a few blocks away from our guesthouse. After dinner, we hopped in a cab and made our way to the train station, where we were catching an overnight train to Hue. Our guesthouse insisted on sending …
We got the train down from Hanoi which was another 12 hr mission, we got a sleeper cabin again but this time we had to share it with another couple, luckily they were nice. Unlike the Thai trains the Vietnamese feel its necessary to let you know what your not allowed to bring on the train with you. The announcement came over the tanoy listing all …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Good location, very helpful reception staff, OK breakfast, nice room but beware they put us in an upgraded room that was more expensive that what we paid on agoda and when we decided to stay more nights they wanted to charge us a higher rate but we negotiated to get it lower.
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