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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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... and herbs, beef noodle salad and beef noodle soup made from a stock we also prepared. Before making each dish we would gather around one table where the chef would give a demonstration. By the time this was done we would go back to our stations and all the ingredients we needed had already been laid out for us. All the dishes tasted great especially the coconut pancake which we are going to try and make again at home. At the end we ...
... opposite the better known Kimmy's. We thought we'd just take a look at their catalogues, but two hours after walking in we'd been measured for a suit, two dresses and a jacket. You can have anything made here, they're experts at copying a thumbnail from ASOS or a torn page of GQ. You pay according to the materials you chose and your haggling ability. Such is the demand that prices have risen in recent years but a hand made suit will still only set you back £70 for ...
... walking towards the main town, in 35 degree heat and 20kg backpacks on (Kelsey's face was a picture but to her credit she soldiered on). Cars are not used around this area and all the taxis are motorbikes which we refused considering all the bags we were carrying we didn't fancy skin graft 2 weeks into our adventure. After what seemed like forever we finally stopped in a cafe to book a hostel and find our bearings - that is one of the biggest shocks to the system but certainly ...
... lined by Japanese merchant houses, Chinese temples and ancient tea warehouses. While the tourism driven
economy has resulted in an increase in businesses and shops, down by the market and over on neighboring Peninsula life has changed little, and we couldn't be more glad it hasn't!
Lauren found a cute little cafe that is rumored to serve the best Banh Mi's (Vietnamese sandwich) in the whole town. She ordered the egg, tomato, ...
Today we decided to hire a scooter & go to My Son ourselves, big mistake. The hotel told us it would be easy & about 2 hrs later, after what should have been a 50 minutes ride we finally arrived. We got hopelessly lost & had to keep stopping & asking for directions. Unfortunately, no-one could speak English but luckily most knew what My Son was but could merely point in the direction we should ...