Lam Bao Long Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLam Bao Long Hotel Hue
No frills hotel but room was spacious, clean, nice bathroom and breakfast included for $5 a night, great for the price
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We set off early morning from our hotel for a full day of exploring emperors tombs and pagoda's all located within the countryside around Hue.
We started off travelling by boat along the Perfume river and visited Thien Mu Pagoda. It was originally founded in 1601, but has been destroyed over the centuries and was constructed as it stands in …
We caught a taxi to the Citadel, once there we sat and drank refreshments from a street vendor whilst we waited for the military museum to open.
I left Soren and Rune at the museum whilst I went off on a cyclo ride for an hour and an half exploring the old town of Hue within the Citadel walls. The cyclo driver took me on an exciting adventure …
We arrived in Hue at 08.00am, after a surprisingly decent sleep on the night train. We shared our coach with 3 other Vietnamese who were very nice people. One smiley older lady spoke no English but shared her fruit with us and couldnt take her eyes off Rune. A drunk Vietnamese guy found us and decided he wanted to stay in our coach with us for a …
... ammunition, water (they even had a well in the tunnels, along with hospital, kitchen and a school)
We met a funny looking bloke who was to be our guide, he didn’t speak at all just grunted and pointed, he was born in the tunnels
We went down steps about 3 meters, and through the entrance, they were bigger than I thought they would be, but still had to bow your head, they were really cool down there, and plenty of air movement (I suppose ...
... and the Americans thus propped up a nutter to run South Vietnam from Saigon ( Ho Chi Minh City today). The treatment of South Vietnamese who wanted to be part of the North by its Govt became increasingly nasty and ultimately the Viet Cong were created.