Phuong Loan

Address: 8/14 Nguyen Cong Tru St., Hue, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 8/14 Nguyen Cong Tru St., Hue, is near Vinh Ha Long, Sung Sot Cave, Royal Tombs, and Dau Go Cave (Cave of Wonders).
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Travel Blogs from Hue

FROM HUE TO HOI AN - WHAT A DAY!

A travel blog entry by miniwanderers on Dec 24, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... of coast of Danang, in the center of Vietnam.

This is a popular place for spiritual retreat and pilgrimage, is composed of several pagodas Buddhist, remnants of the Champa civilization and caves inside the mountains, natural caves formed by erosion, water and the passage of time.

Darren says we will have thighs that can crack a walnut after all the steps we have been climbing! We rub a buddah belly for good luck and I'm sure we ...

Hue-Day 150

A travel blog entry by eiry on Dec 12, 2014

We woke up late and headed down for breakfast. Again every table was full so we had to sit opposite others, it was really awkward. About 5 minutes later the people on another table left, so we moved onto it. The lady told us today that we were allowed to order 2 drinks and 2 meals. Yesterday we were only allowed 1, so more juice and milkshakes. After breakfast we headed back ...

Top Gear

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Nov 29, 2014

36 photos

At 7 am the guys dropped off our scooters and pick up our bags. Before heading off we filled up on breakfast and picked up some money at the ATM.

Then it was time to hit the road. We rode east to the coast just 3 km and then turned north on our way to Da Nang.

Just a couple of km into the ride I noticed my phone was not in my pocket any more. Did it fall out? I had a feeling that it may have slid out of my pocket while we were taking the last ...

Our visit to the Ancient city of Hue

A travel blog entry by reids on Nov 28, 2014

18 photos

... upgraded room, the bed was decked out in matching swan towels with flower petals spelling out I love you. We also had a watermelon cut out in the shape of a rose filled with grapes. It was really well done and laid the foundations for a really chilled out few days in Hue.

The next day, I had come down with the sniffles and was told to get plenty of bed rest by Dr. Vaughan. This of course was the perfect ...

The Emperor's New (Kung Fu) Groove in Hué!

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Nov 19, 2014

58 photos

... tour price was a tasty, huge, Vietnamese-Chinese buffet (noodles, rice and more noodles!) at a local restaurant, filling up on fuel for the afternoon's activities. Returning to Hué's imperialist history, we then visit the city's infamous 'Citadel'. Emperor Gia Long, the first of the Nguyen dynasty, ascended to the throne in 1802 and didn't hang about in building himself a fancy, moated 'Citadel' on the northern bank of Hué's Perfume River. Despite being heavily bombed ...