New Time Hotel

21-23 Doi Cung Street, Hue, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 21-23 Doi Cung Street, Hue, is near Vinh Ha Long, Royal Tombs, Sung Sot Cave, and Dau Go Cave (Cave of Wonders).
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    Travel Blogs from Hue

    Halong Bay

    A travel blog entry by puchala on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... took the tender boat back to the main boat, changed and went back out to go to the beach. There didn't seem to be too many beaches on the islands, but we found out that we were at high tide and at low tide, there were many more. One of the beaches was on a small island that had a building and a cell tower at the very top. When we got there Lap said that you could climb to the top of the island and have a great view, however, it would have taken up much of our time there ...


    A travel blog entry by kayleyskipworth on Jun 08, 2014

    ... and then he cooked the food 2 days before so he didn't have to do it on the day so could have given everyone food poisoning. He then got kicked out for scaring hid master who was 82 by jumping out ok him. Hahaha anyway after the temple we went to he royal place it was so hot there no fans and no wind. It was beautiful but most is being restored due to the damage the Vietnam war caused. We could still see ...

    Hue2: Tombs & Charity Tea

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on May 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... if we're playing synonyms). Similar to its better known Chinese namesake there is a huge complex with temples, palaces, a house for his mother-in-law (across the moat at a safe distance) almost a quarter of the site is dedicated to his concubines - he must of been knackered.

    We started at the National Museum and checked out the impressive Russian made rocket with wings MIG outside on the grass sat silenced between US remnants of war and rusting ...

    Hue and the Perfume River

    A travel blog entry by dcnandy on May 13, 2014


    ... the waist, which gave me the confidence to anticipate that the meal would stay down. They were very friendly, probably satisfied we are eating local rather than western and gave us updates on the expected arrival of the procession. Eventually they accepted they had no idea when it might arrive! Upon that and some flashing blue lights of the police, and the Buddha Flower procession hurtled by on its way north. We are frequently offered women in a most blatant manner. In other places ...

    Next stop, Hue

    A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Apr 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... on a hunch, doubled back a short distance to cross a railway on a small, unmarked (but tarmacked) road. The gamble paid off, and a waymarker confirmed that we'd found the 49B. We followed this across another bridge which led to the causeway itself, then stopped for lunch, paying led than £2 for a tasty meal of cóm (rice) and heo (pork).
    Once Dave had helped a local unload a chest freezer from the cart towed by his delivery scooter, we set off again. ...