Original Binh Duong III Hotel
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We were surprised to find it was raining when we woke up this morning. We were off on The Dragon Boat Tour down The Perfume River. There were quite a few catamarans with dragons painted down the sides and two tin dragon heads at the front. We bought ourselves some purple plastic capes to keep dry and went onboard down a slippery plank. It was a …
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 …
... they still do.
The imperial citadel is he first stop. Off the bikes as Lynn takes us through the complex.
The citadel is about 130 years old and is affected by both the environment as well as damage from several armed conflicts.
Back on the bikes and onto back roads and yes even onto some embankments as we take "shortcuts" to our next destination. It ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOriginal Binh Duong III Hotel Hue
Situated down an alley this hotel has very nice rooms and bathroom. The staff were very helpful but the breakfast was not too good.
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