Phuong Hoang - Phoenix Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... they were not so well when we left so it was really nice to see them much better and getting out and about again.
We found a lovely little hotel near the old town and the young man who owns it is very charming, his parents own the one nearby and he has bought his own smaller one, done it up beautifully and is enjoying working for himself, only 26 as well, we were very impressed with him. Just up the road was a small restaurant called Risotto, the lady who owned it was ...
... young fellow's face. So the conversation becomes:" Excuse me... Sorry... Beg your pardon..." Hue, a city of more than 350,000 inhabitants is a provincial capital where the Perfume River flows. It's a more relaxed city where the people smile easily. It is also the former imperial capital for the Nguyen dynasty. By the way, the second emperor's name was Nguyen Phuc Kieu( I could not invent a story like this)). Tomorrow I will tell you more about my City ...
... were lost. We pulled over to consult Google Maps when a middle-aged man stopped to say hello. He agreed to show us the way to the main tombs for free, because he wanted to practice his English with us. We were rather reluctant to follow him because nothing is ever free. However, we didn’t have a lot of options so he sped along behind him.
The first tomb we visited was called Lang Khai Dihn and it was remarkable. The area is really quite regal, there are many ...
... for around 30 minutes until we came to one of the oldest places of worship in Hue the lady pagoda. As we began the tour the heavens opened and we had to buy a $1 poncho from the stalls outside! We went inside the ancient temple and for the first time experienced taking our shoes off before entering. There were monks roaming around and many people praying. We learnt about Buddha and both agreed that it seemed like a very good religion. We also learnt about one monk who lit himself ...
... From there, we explored a nearby local market and Madi met the local fortune teller. After being told she will marry a Doctor (a good man) have three children and has a beautiful mum we visited an agricultural museum to understand how locals trade and maintain their traditional daily lives. In this small dusty museum Bien took us through some of the practices until a delightful old lady demonstrated such things as how rice is processed, water ...