Bao Son 2 Hotel

5/27 Nguyen Sinh Cung Street, Hue, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5/27 Nguyen Sinh Cung Street, Hue, is near Vinh Ha Long, Royal Tombs, Sung Sot Cave, and Dau Go Cave (Cave of Wonders).
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Travel Blogs from Hue

Drinks, Dancing and Jenga

A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson on Aug 03, 2014

... the harvesting seasons,one of which starts in about 3 weeks, all of the fields in the village can be harvested by hand in a week - that is a huge amount of ground to cover. After the town we went to the queen's tomb, and old American war bunker, a little shop where the ladies make incense and conical hats and a Buddhist pagoda. We drive over paved roads, local roads only accessible by motorbike or bicycle (no cars) and rugged paths. The tour lasted about ...

Getting Hotter

A travel blog entry by darlingandres on Jun 22, 2014

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... the last 3 weeks we've been in Vietnam. We get people ****** off at us when we even bring up the idea of a lower price, called names under their breaths, given dirty looks and overall made us feel like because we're foreigners and unless we're willing to pay top dollar don't ask or come in. I have to pick my battles and the stress is not worth it. I hate to complain on vacation but it's getting more ridiculous because it's everywhere.

Southern Vietnam, you weren't der mann!

A travel blog entry by peterkirk88 on Jun 19, 2014

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... taking my incredible jacket with them for safe keeping rather than get it ruined in a backpack for the next couple of months on the road I had left. I booked an easy rider bike to take me the 160km to Hue. The ride was so much fun and my driver and guide called Anh was a legend. We past some breathtaking scenery, a mountain made of marble where caves have been converted to shrines, fortifications from the American war and great mountain passes. Well worth the ...

No Hue!

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 07, 2014

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... much we love the taxis—it’s as easy as point and drive, no language required. They hang around the hotels like African wildlife around a watering hole, sometimes sleeping with their legs dangling out of their rides.

Just as we exited our taxi, a cyclo driver (bike rider that pedals a three wheeled buggy carriage for a living) came up to us and asked us where we were going. We told him we were grabbing ...

Our time in Hue(Say it like Whey)

A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Jun 06, 2014

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Our Train journey to Hue was quite interesting. We arrived early just in case there were crowds of passengers for the Train. As it was travelling from Hanoi it was bound to be leaving from here as the first station, so it will be a bonus to ensure we get our luggage on the train. It was still dark and the temperature was starting to rise already. The ticket conductor was quite helpful and let us go onto the platform so that we ...