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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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... rather than walking, and I didn't want to look like a pussy in front of the others! On the way back to the cable car we had a go on a **** Peter Pan's-esque roller coaster, then had a laugh on the bumper cars, where I managed to bash my knee having a head on collision with Alec. In the evening the others left to get their night buses to Hoi An, and me and Susie were alone for the first time in a few days. It was a bit depressing really! We had dinner, then went to find ...
... in a situation which was only going to end badly. Dragged from the street with the idea of a pedicure for Su for around £3, I was given a hand massage 'taster' by the woman whilst we waited for her sister to arrive to do the pedicure. She then offered me a back massage while we waited for the pedicure, I very reluctantly agreed. I was 'treated' to a massage involving tiger balm. If you don't know what it is, it feels like acid burning ...
... town. The hotel was quite far away from the centre so we were all sweating profusely by the time we arrived, we chose the nearest restaurant and got some food. In hindsight this was a mistake. Rach got a chicken baguette, I got a burger and Tor got an omelette all accompanied by iced drinks. We made our way back to the hotel for some chill time as we were ...
... It was time to make a move as we had to check out at 1200, so we mounted the scooter and decided to head back to the Luna pub to see if we could get some coffee and breakfast. We got there but it was closed. That's a bummer cos we had such a good meal last night. So we cruised around a bit looking for another place. We passed a road block manned by some Vietnamese in army fatigues but did not stop and just tried to hide amongst the flock of cruising mopeds. Some of the ...
... the house is so close to the river, throughout the history of the house it has been flooded many times. Markings on the wall show how high the flood waters reached and the year.
After our tour we were encouraged to buy some coins with our Chinese zodiac on them as a souvenir. We soon learnt that each place we visited also had the same sales spiel for a number of different goods.
After a refreshing pot of tea at a local teahouse, we headed for ...