Huong Giang Hotel Resort & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hong our new guide greeted us for our long trip up to the Demiliatarized Zone up North. (About 2 hours or so drive there). The distance is never that far really...but because the cars only travel 50kms or less it takes forever to get anywhere.
In the Quang Tri province we stopped at a church which was the centre for a battle in 1972 …
Our day and adventures at Halong Bay ended all too soon.
An early rise...tea and then Holly and I tried Thia Chi on the top deck with the sunrise . I am so glad there was no-one around to watch this spectical. There were some other women chuckling at their elderly husbands giving this a go...and I'm sure if anyone watched me it would have been …
After 14.5 hours on the train we finally arrived in Hue. I had woken early and watched as we passed by paddy fields and farms. I wasn't sad to leave the train but it had been an experience. Luckily we were able to shower and book into our hotel room early before we were to do a sightseeing tour of the city of Hue.
We started with a lunch …
... pancakes. Most of the sights in Hue lie inside the imperial city walls, where you can visit the palaces of the last reining dynasty of Vietnam. The imperial enclosure was a nice 2 hour walk into several palaces and gardens. Hue is a very relaxing town (compared to Hanoi) and we enjoyed our time there. We had dinner early and went back to sleep at around 9 pm, since we were exhausted from our last days of travelling and activities. We also had to catch a train to Danang at 10 am the next day ...
... trusty ponchos that now keep us dry and so after waiting out in a temple for over an hour we decided we would have to walk back in the rain. We got absolutely soaked within 30 seconds and found it quite amusing that many Vietnamese on our walk back to the hotel were trying to sell us ponchos as if our clothes were not already dripping wet- that ship had sailed!