Mini Hotel Thuan An

Address: 14 Bach Dang Street, Da Nang, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 14 Bach Dang Street, Da Nang, is near The Marble Mountains.
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Travel Blogs from Da Nang

Day 3 in Vietnam

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Oct 20, 2015

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... beach. There was a man there who charged 5,000 dong (25 cents) to park our bikes on the sidewalk under his custody. After all this strenuous bike riding, we were ready to relax at the beach. Then we saw the sandbags. And the bulldozer actively arranging said sandbags. And the ferocious waves splashing against said sandbags. We briefly thought perhaps a typhoon was headed our way and we should take shelter. But, we stayed. After that exertion from our bike ride, we needed ...

Party Day

A travel blog entry by enos on Oct 02, 2015

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... which could easily see him in the American War though he didn't mention it. He was scathing of the Republicans and hoped Trump would win the Primaries as that would mean they would get wiped out come voting time. He didn't have a book so he sent me to Artbooks near the Japanese Bridge where I found a book called Robin Hood, who knows if it's suitable for a 7 year old? Melodie, the girl seemed very intelligent and spoke French and is learning Vietnamese and wants to ...

Mid-autumn Festival

A travel blog entry by erinanded on Sep 27, 2015

... man in traditional dress with a large round and smiling head mask. The large round smiling face represents prosperity and wealth. The dancers perform at open houses and local businesses to chase away the evil spirits and bless the house or business. While shopping at the local market, earlier in the week we were able to see the dancers and drummers performing. Just before the party started, the dancers and drummers came to our neighborhood and we were able ...

Vietnam: Nha Trang - Hoi An

A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Sep 12, 2015

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... very grey, so we just stayed for a night and set off again the next morning to get to Hoi An, the ancient city of Vietnam. And what a beautiful city it was. We stepped off our overnight bus a little jaded, and walked to our guesthouse through quiet streets with locals going about their business - very few places for tourists which made a nice change after Nha Trang. After breakfast we walked into the Old Town, a UNESCO heritage site that has been preserved well since the Japanese ...

Hoi An: Tale of a frustrated shopper.

A travel blog entry by benandsimone on Aug 02, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... rice paddies and farms. We rode to the Marble Mountains in Da Nang which are 5 marble mountains jutting up dramatically. The mountains are filled with caves that have been turned into Buddhist temples and little Pagoda's everywhere. It's pretty. We also checked out My Son. My Son is an archeological site dating back thousands of years. It's pretty cool. It was badly damaged during the Vietnam War. The ...

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