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After 4 hours, short journey that felt very long, we arrived in Hue. I have to admit, we were spoilt by the beauty of Hoi An, so until we went to the Imperial City and visited few Royal Tombs and Pagodas we had nothing to say about Hue. It is just another busy, chaotic, noisy town in Asia.
Hue was largely destroyed during the Vietnam war …
More rain first thing… yet again!! We just chilled till it stopped, then we headed back to the bakery for some fresh baguettes. You can get a really long baguette for just 6,500 dong, but I fancied some fillings. All I wanted was ham and cheese filling in two of the three baguettes you get within a long one. They get returned full of ham, …
Check out time, and onto Hue. It was ******* it down outside, this weather is nuts! We all requested to pay off our tab last night to save a lot of time and bother, but they refused, hence why we were downstairs by 7.15. Our tab came to around 350,000 dong each, including room prices and breakfast. I think they tried to overcharge us and disagreed …
Food good. Temples and ruins....they are in varying degrees of restoration. Hue river had just flooded so is wasn't as pretty as I am sure it normally is. Did not visit anything other than the tombs and the Citadel before moving on.
We arrived in Hue in the evening by bus. There are many bus companies that operate services between Saigon and Hanoi and because of the long distances that they travel, they are equipped with sleeper seats so they recline right back. Just before we left Hoi An, we emailed a company called 'Easy Riders' who were recommended to us. They organise …
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Rooms beautiful, complete wirh wifi, refrigerator, big bathroom with separate tub and shower...fans/or.air con.....spacious. The lights all work! Great breakfast included.
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