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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrince Hotel Da Nang
The Lonely Planet describes this hotel as having 'boutique room' that is highly inaccurate. It's dated, and in our case very noisey. It was OK. But i'd say no better than that. Definitely not good value for money
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... friends and get a good turnout. Maybe this program will really help kick off the skating program and encourage the owners of the rink to open a skating school. Planning for our Thanksgiving feast is starting to get serious. We have secured 3 good sized turkeys and will be able to cook them at a restaurant kitchen. We have also found an expat who bakes out of her house. She will do a pumpkin and pecan pie. Erin found her through her quest to ...
Hoi an is a lovely place very different from Hanoi. I stayed next to the old town. Within the old town there are only bicycles allowed which means it is far calmer then Hanoi. The famous sights of Hoi an include pretty looking French buildings, a riverside with old boats, colourful lanterns hang all around the buildings and being the place alive in the evening. Down by the river in the evening you can see many people selling fire lanterns for you to ...
... a good walk around the town, made some purchases, and ate at a restaurant over looking the river - with a huge selection of ice cream flavours for dessert. You buy the ice cream by weight, not scoop, it was very nice. And fantastic value - we thought the hotel was reasonably priced but when you go into the town it was very easy for 4 of us, with drinks and dessert as well as a main to spend only c £30 (I think I might be in for a reality check though when we get ...
... but that I got the right painting. So in the end, I bought a big painting plus a small one (one I was buying anyway) - and once again they were packed in a high quality protective tube (the frame shop I brought my first painting to was impressed with the quality and that it was free). Doing this purchase was not just walking into a gallery and pushed to buy something. It was more like a visit to a friend who has some interesting stories to share, and loves what he does - ...
"The wind" I said, trying another word.
"Ah sir, you need help closing the window? "
Aaaargh. I eventually got a technician up and with various visual interpretations illustrating how the fan blew, swaying my body back and forth from the air con to the bed, the technician put a spare pillow in the way of the fan. As I lay awake wired from my miming antics some time later, I thought perhaps I should have thought of that.