Tu Quy

Address: 63 Truong Phap street, Dong Hoi, 84, Vietnam | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTu Quy Dong Hoi

Reviewed by kyliejoe

Greta guesthouse

Reviewed Jun 17, 2013
by (16 reviews) Barrow-in-Furness , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

At $15 a room with free wifi, computers and tea and coffee plus the lovely, very friendly and helpful couple that run it, this is a great guesthouse. It location is perfect, everything is within walking distance, and it's situated down a narrow alley buzzing with stalls and Vietnamese women cooking on the street! I love it! I have not give it 5 stars as our room is a little noisy as its above reception but not really much to complain about!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Tu Quy Dong Hoi

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Travel Blogs from Dong Hoi

Day 7: Cave Hiking in Dong Hoi

A travel blog entry by lmeglan on Jul 31, 2015

1 comment

... of pillars and small buildings. After the initial 1 km hike, we were given headlamps to wear for the remaining 6 km of the hike. It was amazing to descend deeper into the cave, as the stalagmites and stalagmites rose before us in countless colors, shapes, and sizes. Some of our favorite sights were huge mounds of sparkly mineral compounds that almost looked like the sands of the Sahara Desert! At one point during the hike, we were transported by boat to ...

Day 6: Visit to the Royal Tombs, Train to Dong Hoi

A travel blog entry by lmeglan on Jul 30, 2015

1 comment, 32 photos

... Dinh had obviously gained during his time as emperor. In some of the photos we have included, you will be able to see the altar and room of gifts for the emperor from France. After this, we then visited the tomb of the emperor Tu Duc, who reigned for 36 years. Tu Duc was known for his opulent spending and lavish lifestyle, as he initially created a resting area for himself, which included his elaborate tomb. In fact, his design was so elaborate, that ...

Going underground

A travel blog entry by maxandross on Jul 25, 2015

6 photos

... thing on the menu - sweet potatoes with garlic. I thought is sounded kinda odd but tasty, so was pretty gutted when a plate of greasy french fries was put in front of me. Something had clearly gotten lost in translation. I started eating meat again that night. We took a local bus to Phong Nha village the following day. Staring out the steamy windows of the creaky old bus at solitary farmers in the damp green paddy fields, grazing water buffalo and the ...

My My, Huế Huế

A travel blog entry by alec_soper on Jul 16, 2015

75 photos

... left standing and hasn't been restored yet was riddled with bullet holes. It was nice to see the contrast between what has and what hasn't been restored yet. After walking around for a while I'd got really sweaty, so I had a drink in the Queen Mum's Pavillion, with a fan on full blast at my face. That was lovely. I walked around for another hour or so after that, then headed off to the Royal Antiquities Museum, as it was included in the price of the ticket. There wasn't ...

Tu Lan Caves

A travel blog entry by lilyfesler on Jul 15, 2015


... to hit their sticks against the ground in the grasses near the hammock, which was a little disconcerting. This incident earned me the name Snake Bait for the rest of the trek. (It didn't come back for me.) A few days later, I also put my foot into my hiking boot when there was a toad inside, so I didn't have great luck with the Vietnamese wildlife overall. All of my photos are on my camera instead of my phone, so you'll just have to wait for ...

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