Royal Hotel Tuyen Quang

Address: 166 Nguyen Trai St, Tan Quang Ward, Tuyen Quang, 25000, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 166 Nguyen Trai St, Tan Quang Ward, Tuyen Quang.
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        Travel Blogs from Tuyen Quang

        Shopping Day

        A travel blog entry by abhichauhan on Jun 10, 2014

        52 photos

        This Morning, The Ship Was Stopped In A Middle On No Where.The Small Boats Were Brought,which Helped Us In Reaching The Vietnam.Before Vietnam We Went To See These Mountains,which Are Spread Over 200 Kms.You Can Call Them Mountains Or Islands.The Ship Was An Non-Ac.The Humidity Level Was High That Day.I Was Sweating Like Anything.After ...

        A cool and muddy ride

        A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Apr 23, 2014

        2 photos

        After we'd finished packing our essentials into a small bag for our trip in the northlands, we had a tasty banana pancake breakfast at the hotel. It was nice to get real orange juice this time, as coffee and tea have usually proven to be the only options...
        We left our big holdall in the hotel luggage store (essentially the bottom of the stairwell) and set off north out of Hanoi around the top of Ho Tay Lake. After some time ...

        Day 02 Thac Ba to Bac Ha

        A travel blog entry by raska1 on May 09, 2013

        2 comments, 9 photos

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        I had some difficulty with this manoeuvre, particularly as my load was not balanced and I left turned into a vertical mud bank and remained there with my left knee embedded up to my waist in deep red mud.

        I couldn't move as I was too far over on the left with the bike and the weight of the suitcase holding me down so I just sat there patiently waiting to be rescued.

        When the support people ...

        The Road to Hanoi

        A travel blog entry by new_lands on Nov 26, 2012

        36 photos

        ... I don’t bother buying a map. I find that I have a great sense of direction and I have years of experience of reading roads and signs that I am pleased with my ability of planning routes and making my way along them safely, you really need to have your wits about you with the volume of traffic and the antics displayed by drivers of all sorts of machines.

        I wish every day cycling could be like today leaving Lao Cai, after my ...

        On to Ba Be National Park

        A travel blog entry by dbrinkmeyer on Oct 14, 2012

        6 comments, 16 photos

        I like onions, really. I even make a to-die-for Alsatian onion tart. But riding four hours in a mini-bus with little ventilation and 200 pounds of onion sets in the aisle is a bit of overkill. It took a while to get that scent out of our nasal membranes! Actually, the buses have not been as odoriferous as I had imagined. You would think that so many people crammed into so small a space in 90 degree heat would be awful, but I've only been blown away by body odor twice in ...