Huu Nghi Hotel Hai Phong

Address: 60 Dien Bien Phu Str., Haiphong, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 60 Dien Bien Phu Str., 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

    ... certainly entertaining.

    Ron decided to thank her kindly and forget showers until we arrived at our next hotel, the Lac Long hotel in Haiphong. It was International Women's Day so I was presented with a red rose from the Church Boutique hotel to mark the occasion.

    So much has changed in Vietnam since our last visit, especially around Hanoi. The road west is now lined on both sides by factories, cranes, and earthmoving equipment by ...

    Drunken fun in Halong Bay

    A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Mar 01, 2015

    6 photos

    ... night leaving me able to watch some football in peace! It's quite ridiculous how I'm able to watch any Saturday 3pm match on tv in a small hotel in Vietnam but you can't watch it legally in England. But anyway... In the morning we made sure we were up in time to visit Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum which closes at 10:30am daily. It was good that we had already visited the museum a few days ago so we know about 'Uncle Ho' beforehand. It was heaving with hundreds of people and ...

    Big Rocks in Water

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jan 29, 2015

    16 photos

    ... to the viewing deck up top to watch the islands float by as we headed to our second location. We bumped up to a platform in the middle of the sea and all got off onto the creaking boards below where we were informed that there was a fishing village in a cave nearby, but if you wanted to see it, you would have to pay 100,000 dong. We were fairly certain that we were told everything was included on our trip, but with it being just over £3, we decided it ...

    Caves and conclusions

    A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 16, 2015

    9 photos

    ... the ground and stalactites and stalagmites were piercing the gloom. The final cave however really was the piece de resistance. At 600 sq metres it seemed huge and the lighting created some really incredible pictures which hopefully do it justice. I was debating whether I was really interested in seeing a cave but was pleased I made the effort as it truly was spectacular. Back on the boat, the sun has returned in all its glory with the sundeck being something of ...

    Loving the junk

    A travel blog entry by jgraydon on Dec 31, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... driving to a different protected bay, we anchored for the night. We had a multi course dinner and then I had a siesta so I could be up for the midnight festivities. I have not fully adjusted to time zones yet. At midnight I joined the young people as we listened to Abba sing Happy New Year (over and over and over again) and the red champagne (yes red) was poured and we ate cake and Vietnamese treats. Then off to bed. ...