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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... by French culture. The city came to life at night. The bars and restaurants filled up really quickly. It became that crowded that people soon spilled out on to the streets. Little stools soon took over the roads and the streets became unofficially closed. At one point we were sitting down on our own stools when out of nowhere the bar owner told us to get up and hid our stools. Turns out the stool police were out on patrol. Clearing up the dark streets and fighting crime, tackling ...
... of the motorway, with people sitting on each other's laps as there was not enough space!
On the first night, I returned to my hostel at about 12 to discover that I had been locked out. I had to wake up the poor man who was sleeping on a mattress on the floor by the front door. The next day I had to move to a hotel as the hostel was fully booked, and the same thing happened to me again! ...
... the emperor used to come here to enjoy boating on the lake and visiting the small island. Although the lake is tiny so not sure how much boating he would have done. Hoa Khiem Palace used to be the emperors working place and is now the altar devoted to the Emperor and Queen. Behind the palace is Luong Khiem Palace which is also the emperors resting place and was used to worship Mrs Tu Du (Tu Duc's Mother). We didn't stay here too long as it was just so hot! Next we went to Thein ...
... ideas about personal space and spread themselves out, even taking one of Emma's headphones out her ear and putting it in theirs at 4am! The border crossing was simple and we had a long journey through Vietnam to get to Hue. We were due to arrive at 9 but actually arrived a total of 31 hours after arriving at 1am! We got a taxi to our hostel to find out that they had overbooked beds and there were only two left for the three of us! Lilly took one for the ...
... views of the water. The bathroom impressed me with its size and magnificent stone bath, and I loved that the bathroom extended outside, set in a small garden with a gorgeous view of the rainforest behind us. Showering outside has always been something I enjoyed (we have a much less modern version at our caravan) as there’s something freeing about showering under the stars. This villas bathroom was my ideal glamping.
But with a few challenges in ...