Muong Thanh Hue Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMuong Thanh Hue Hotel
Great hotel after some of the backpackers establishemnts.
Massive bed! Great massage
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... Very impressive structure. Had a twenty tonne stele that he had written his own eulogy on. And towards the front had lots of stone statues. Very impressive. We spent about an hour walking around and just enjoying the structures and the heat. Finally the sun was out. We exited the tomb and continued to follow the road round. Then it turned into a dirt track. This is where we realised following the route may not be as easy as we had thought. We followed the track passing ...
Off to Hue today bus trip 4 hours And just a few of us did the cyclo tour of the city ..pretty ordinary actually ...the town that is but always interesting ...wondered through the local market ...so many interesting foods and spices End up at this old ladies ...
... disaster and war (mostly during the Tet offensive in 1968, when the American's almost destroyed the citadel). The restoration of the Citadel was still going on when I arrived (I seem to be jynxed with restoration work, every time I visit an ancient city in Asia). However the work was only on the main gate when I was there. Constantly comparing the site to that in Beijing, I found the Citadel far more enjoyable to walk around. There were less people, there was no one doing any ...
... in our faces to invite us to stop and buy their stuff. We aim for daylight and an enterprising lady leads us upstairs and tries to get us to buy her clothing. It's a shame to keep refusing but we just don't need anything. But she is quite gracious and let's us go with a warm forgiving smile. Though it is displayed roadside at ground level with little protection from the fumes and dust the food is fresher than Waitrose can offer, the turnover ...
... that was recommended by the Lonely Planet Guide book. The restaurant was located a short walk from the hotel and had a garden with a Buddha statue within the outdoor sitting area. The vegetarian food was good although the the cleanliness was questionable, we had to wipe down the table, plates and chopsticks with napkins before using them. Hue is another large Vietnamese city, that shared some of the same characteristics as ...