Muong Thanh Hue Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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... 2 possible conclusions - either they have sold nothing at all since these 2 started work 20 years ago building up stock, or the rest of the labour force are still recovering from the Tet holiday and should be sacked.
From there we went to Danang where we went to the beach where the US troops went for R&R during the war, and renamed the beach China Beach. Not a bad beach, and it must have seemed like heaven to the poor guys. There is still ...
... a 7km long tunnel as a more direct route, so you get fewer people on the pass now. Seeing it again was actually nice as the weather on day 1 had been quite overcast initially when we were there, and instead this time it was a nice morning sun in a clear sky - the mountains in the distance almost looked a shade of blue as you approached it had a gorgeous haze which then turned to green as your eyes adapted. So that is where this particular adventure comes to an end. All ...
... website for the royal family even though they now have no power). So this day was a dedication to visitng their royal palaces and tombs as Hue was the Imperial capital until the end of WWII. First stop was the tomb of Minh Mang. Now he was a very busy chap having 500 wives, 1200 concubines and 143 children. With that number of wives he often didn't recognise them and probably had no idea who half the kids were either. The tomb was a real ...
... which dwarfs the likes of Angkor Wat in size (a treat to still look forward to at New Year). In comparison to the Forbidden City in Beijing, this was of a similar style and size, except far more relevant as a lot of it was fairly recent in relative terms. Throughout the trip, the history of the last 200 years or so has been so interesting - colonisation, independence, the breakdown of Indochina as it is, and of course the much publicise "American" war in my lifetime. ...
... something to remember!
We chilled in a bar tonight and now back at the hotel, moving on to Hoi An tomorrow.
One thing we have noticed that has made us laugh, a lot of locals often approach you either as your passing them in the street or if they are passing on there scooter just to ask us 'you want marijuana?' all of them ask whilst pretending to smoke a joint!
Catch you soon guys.
Love to you all back home, we miss you :-) xx