Park View Hue Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... about it. This place unless you know it exists is like looking for the secret garden. I saw it across a small creek dividing our road so we made a 180 turn and came back to it and none to soon as it began to drizzle harder. We ducked in and what we found was the secret garden of Huế. I’m not advertising for this place but if I come back to this city again I will certainly eat dinner here. For the hour we were there I felt like royalty not only because of ...
... I headed off in the direction of the bridge leading over the Perfume River. It took some time to walk it as you get stuck waiting to cross some major roads but once I'd arrived it was just as I remembered it from the last time I was there. After paying for the entrance fee I walked inside and remembered the first part straight away. Since I had seen parts the last time I was there I tried to avoid these areas as I know the whole complex is quite large and that we'd missed out on a ...
As is the usual on this trip, the slightest sniff of booze and Tash is written off for a good 48 hours so we leave her in bed whilst we destroy our breakfast. The weather is as expected today - ****. Cold and wet. So we decide to watch the Top Gear Vietnam special to further outline what could have been! We are meant to be doing the Hue to Hoi ...
... taken around a house designed similar to those lived in by people who would build temples and pagodas - something to help us get a grounding for the rest of the day I think. The house was quite fancy in all honesty so they can't be doing too badly if that's the case! After this we continued south to the most famous pagoda in Hue, Thien Mu. It was fairly nice, about six tiers and stood a top of a hill next to the river so there were good views from the base. As ...
... a vast complex of palaces and pagodas divided into three circle,s of ramparts- the exterior circle called Kinh Thanh Hue (Capital Citadel) mainly used for defense, the Hoang Thanh or the Royal Citadel which consists of temples and palaces used for ceremonies and the innermost circle, the Forbidden Citadel (Tu Cam Thanh), the one reserved for the Emperor and his family.
There is a huge potential to get lost inside the 520 hectares citadel ...