Original Binh Duong III Hotel
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Today we were up early for our full day city tour and got picked up from the hotel at 8am. We were taken to a dragon boat on the river, photos explain why it is a dragon boat, and we began our journey down the Perfume River to the first stop which was a Garden House and cost 20,000 dong ($1) to enter. It was basically a traditional Vietnamese house …
Yesterday we left the beautiful Hoi An to travel further up north to Hue. It was a fairly straight forward 4hr bus ride and for once it didn't stop every five minutes to squeeze more people in.
The views of the surrounding countryside on the journey were beautiful. Lush green forests covering the mountains and fields upon fields of rice …
Next on the agenda is a city called Hue (pronounced h-way) which was the capital of Vietnam before the French came and took over in the 19th century. Vietnam was a kingdom and the royal family lived in a walled City within Hue and this is what we have come to see, the Citadel. Unfortunately it was quite heavily bombed during the war as the Viet …
From Hoi An it was only a four hour bus trip to Hue. We were dropped from the bus right near the street of our hotel, which was down an alley of hotels and eating places. I had booked a $10 room, but after being shown a $15 room with a balcony, we 'upgraded', and were very happy with our choice.
Because Hue was the capital of Vietnam from …
After the hectic and busy city of Hanoi I flew to Hue - a small peaceful City, full of lakes, canals and friendly people. Unfortunately Hue suffers from the highest rainfall in the country and so I had almost my entire stay at Hue lots of rain. I was lucky to find a very nice and comfortable hotel and so I could relax from the past hectic Hanoi …
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