Park View Hue Hotel
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... at a time. Any stool that crossed the road line got locked up in the back of a van. As soon as the police left, the stools would come back out. It was like a game of cat and mouse. It went on for some time. Eventually we got bored of playing musical chairs so we left. Hanoi does have its nice parts, but in general I'd say it was a pretty dirty place, one day we actually saw a guy with his pants down having a **** at the side of the road - in broad daylight. It was not ...
... to kick me out. I stay seated because I have the right to sit wherever. This apparently is common because locals like to sit in the front so drivers put tourists at the back. Then 10 mins after the driver pulls over and calls me to the front and grabs me and tries to kick me out of the bus. I resist and say that I'll pay more for the good seat but he does not understand and goes back starts driving and calling his manager. He is constantly ...
... the feeling that hotel/hostel owners of Hue do not feel safe leaving the doors open.
I spent my two full days here looking around the citadel and also going on a dragon boat/coach tour around some of the nearby pagodas, tombs and temples. One of the guys on our boat trip was a professional photographer and took all of our groups email addresses so he could send us the photos he had ...
... Heavenly Lady Pagoda) which is one of the oldest buildings in the country, built in 1601. I walked around the grounds on my own as Sophie and Charlotte were too hot and I saw a car which took the monk (Thich Quang Duc) to his self-immolation in1963 in Saigon. When he got out of the car at intersection of Phan Dinh Phung Street and Le Van Duyet street, he sat down in the lotus position and burnt himself to death to protest against the Ngo Ding Diem regimes policies ...
... went to sleep downstairs in the 'chill out corner'. Lindsay was meeting us at the hostel to start our Vietnam travels and so we found her asleep in the dorm room.
On our first day in Hue we rented bicycles and cycled round the town. We visited the citadel, the old, walled city where there was a lot of Chinese influence on the design of the buildings. A lot of the area is still derelict from the bombings that landed there. It was a really hot day ...