Travel Blogs from Hue
So a night bus in the beginnings of a typhoon is an interesting experience - I woke up constantly during the night to the rain and wind battering all sides of the bus and was thinking that the bus was going far too fast considering the weather. I was probably right as we arrived earlier than planned in Hue the next morning!
After rejecting …
We weren't really expecting much from our visit to Hue as we didn't think there was a lot to do there, although it turned out to be a really interesting place that we both enjoyed thoroughly! Hue is located just 2 hours away from the DMZ (Demilitarised zone), which was the border between North and South Vietnam during the Vietnam conflict. Liam was …
rented bikes to go and visit am bang beach as suggested, then returned to prepare for hue
Miss ly cafeteria
Good food, but small portions and expensive.
Ba le well restaurant
Almost as fun as quan bia ga with many plates of fresh vegetables and bbq pork to wrap up.
the staff made better ones than I …
Hue 22nd-23rd April 2011.
We arrived in Hue after a particularly bumpy overnight bus from Hanoi. We were due to arrive at 8am but as always with public transport, we didn’t arrive until 9.30. This may have been due to the fact that we sat on the still bus for an hour before departing Hanoi, or maybe because something ( …
About five hours in, the train stops and I'm roused from my sleep. The porter is getting everyone from their berths. We can't be at Hue this soon, can we? I ask the porter, "Hue?" He nods and waves for me to grab my stuff and follow him. Turns out we're at Ga Yen station. I guess the tracks weren't cleared after all. From what I gather, we're to …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
The private rooms are big, comfortable and clean.
All the staff is very friendly.
A nice breakfast, with some options, is included.
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