Travel Blogs from Hue
Itinerary: Today, we drive to Hue. We stop at beautiful China Beach and then continue on to the Cham Museum in Danang.
In the afternoon, we arrive in Hue. Serving as Vietnam's capital from 1802 - 1945, Hue has traditionally been one of the country's cultural, religious and educational centers. We will visit the Dai Noi citadel and view …
Itinerary: Today's adventure begins as we board our boat for a trip on the Perfume River. We will visit the Tien Mu Pagoda and the tombs of the emperors Tu Duc and Khai Dinh.
After lunch, we see the local Dong Ba market and take cyclos to explore the ancient streets of Hue. Overnight at the Romance Hotel.
We flew into Hue (pronounced "Way") from Hanoi and arrived on an overcast day. We took the bus into the city (something we are becoming more comfortable with as we continue on each leg of our trip) and hoped to find a cab in the downtown core that could take us to our hotel. At the drop off point, we were immediately …
... fortress containing a castle and several homes. A lot of the city was damaged during the war in the 1960s and out of the original 160 buildings only 10 remain.
On the way to our next destination we stopped in the Vinh Moc tunnels. Unlike the Cu Chi tunnels we visited in Southern Vietnam which were built for fighting, Vinh Moc tunnels were built for living inside with the Vietcong ...
Hue ( pronounced whay) Royal city is right royal miserable, quite cool and rainy. All the shops full up with plastic ponchos, some have a clear section in the middle to fit over the motorbike headlight. Pay our extortionate taxi fare to the hotel that more or less matches the description. Hotel New Life. Staff friendly, except there command of the English language is without tone, so even good morning sounds like a command. Got the complete afternoon free so will ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services