Thanh Noi Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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This is where we stayed in Hue.
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After a short drive to the train station we boarded our train for a 14 hour overnight ride to Hue. If you have never experienced sleeping, eating or using the restroom on a train in a third world country your missing out on an experience like no other. The train reminded me of riding on Thunder Mountain in Disneyland. Berto, Lilly, Isaac and I …
... we were happy to fly over to Ho Chi Minh City the following afternoon because Da Nang felt as though it was half way through trying to develop itself as a tourist destination and so it didn't really have any sense of place. Overall we really enjoyed travelling around the middle of Vietnam and we wanted to stay in Hoi An forever relaxing by the beach and walking around the lit up streets at night - we would definitely make the effort to return here.
... when we walked into a restaurant/bar called the DMZ, completely outfitted in army gear, including a helicopter lamp over the pool table and a computer. Elizabeth went straight to the pool table to practice her shots and Jack went straight to the computer to work on Khan Academy, a math program he enjoys. Paul and I were able to get several elements of our time in southern Vietnam planned. while not feeling completely guilty. The DMZ served awesome burgers and ...
... did in the end as we had the best time but I highly doubt I'd be rushing back to play Indiana Jones anytime soon!! *pics to follow* Next day we left Dong Hoi and booked a bus to Hue, worst decision ever! It wasn't even a bus, it was a mini van for 15 people but the managed to cram 30 smelly people in it along with their bairns, bags of bloody bamboo and chickens, I ended up having a panic attack Thinkin we were all gonna die it was awful!!! Never seen anything like it in my life!! ...
... a Tour Director... I sympathised with the guy when he was trying to make his speeches whilst those inevitable rude people behind me were talking the whole way through... I FEEL YA MATE. Knowing his pain, I listened intently, as well as throwing a few evils to the insolent people behind me, as he introduced us to Vietnam and its history, culture and people. Soz, rant over. First stop on the tour was one of Hué's royal tombs, one of the most majestic, in honour of Minh ...