Ngoc Huong Hotel
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... and forest. It was a really peaceful place and was great to sit by the lake to enjoy the scenery. However, it was a bit of a shame as we didn't get to see the actual tomb. The second tomb we visited was the tomb of Khai Dinh. This had a completely different feeling to the tomb of Minh Mang. The whole place was smaller in size but it was a lot more opulent with Vietnamese and European architectures. It was obvious that emperor Khai Dinh enjoyed more ...
... disadvantaged young Vietnamese. The bread and pastries were delicious and we had to make sure we arrived before they sold out of their melt in your mouth croissants!
In light of the inclement weather that was forecast to continue for the next week or so in Northern Vietnam, we bartered for, and bought, a couple of rain jackets!
The next leg of our journey saw us take another overnight train to Hanoi. More of this in our next blog entry.