Thanh Lich Hotel

Address: 33 Hai Ba Trung St, Hue, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 33 Hai Ba Trung St, Hue, is near Vinh Ha Long, Sung Sot Cave, Royal Tombs, and Dau Go Cave (Cave of Wonders).
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      A travel blog entry by valriley on Dec 27, 2013

      3 comments, 13 photos

      Arrived Hue by train around lunchtime, Hue is one of the great cultural and religious centres of Vietnam. In the afternoon we took a dragon boat trip along the Perfume River to the Thien Mu Pagoda, the oldest monastery in Hue. The priest of this monastery in 1963 drove himself, in a blue Austin A40, to Saigon and staged a ritual where he was burnt …

      Day 11- they must seve buffet brekky in heaven.

      A travel blog entry by gilmoregirls on Mar 21, 2014

      Amazing buffet breakfast yet again. I get quite excited about it when we get to a new hotel to try out what it is they have. This morning's adventure included what were labelled as gooseberries, but were I fact sort of glanced and red with a small seed inside, almost like a cherry, but with a different flavour so I still have no idea.

      Citadel Capital city of Hue

      A travel blog entry by explorethewrld on Dec 27, 2014

      25 photos

      ... We both received large umbrellas from the hotel and we were soaked in a matter of seconds once we stepped outside due to the continuous horizontal rain. We managed to walk across the Truong Tien Bridge than spans the Huong River and one more block west to the market. The sidewalks were rivers, market stalls were leaking everywhere and the vendors were very aggressive trying to get us to buy from them. We did not last long in the market ...

      Always Discovering New Places

      A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman on Dec 26, 2014

      2 comments, 113 photos

      ... from the 17th through to the19th century.

      Because of its centralized placement in the country, it found itself in a less than desirable position, pretty much smack dab in the middle of the north and south during the Vietnam War. In fact in the Tết Offensive of 1968 the city took a considerable pounding from both sides, the American military and the communist forces. Most historical buildings were leveled by the bombings but fortunately many are now ...

      Hue: The Imperial City

      A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Dec 15, 2014

      43 photos

      ... we could only go to a distance of 1500m.

      After we'd reached as far as we could go by boat we turned around going back the same way but this turn we got off when we reached near the beginning so we could explore the most spectacular parts of the cave. Some of the formations in the cave were absolutely amazing, never seen anything like them ever. Mainly it was due to the size of the formations which had my mouth gaping open, ginormous! Being the size that some were they'd had ...