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Day 11 Exploring Hue and getting Repairs

A Day 11 Exploring Hue I had my best nights sleep on the best mattress I've seen in Vietnam- most are rock hard! My included breakfast was a buffet and had many interesting Chinese foods as well as Western style foods and juice and coffee so I figured I would chow down now and have a light...

permalink written by  Mike_Veine on June 19, 2013 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Top Gear Adventure 2- Vietnam Boogaloo!



Days 9 & 10 Exploring Hoi An & Hoi An to Hue

Day 9 Today I checked out a hotel bike which I rode around Hoi An to the Old City. So many dress and tailor shops one after other, this town is famous for its cheap tailored clothing. I easily found the old city which is a 15th century trading port that has been missed by time and looks very...

permalink written by  Mike_Veine on June 18, 2013 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Top Gear Adventure 2- Vietnam Boogaloo!



Ausspannen am Pool

Heute und gestern ist nicht viel passiert. Wir fühlen uns wie Schulkinder, die gerade schwänzen und eben nicht die obligatorischen Sehenswürdigkeiten anschauen. Gestern Waren wir noch in der Stadt (es gibt einen intakten Burggraben samt vollständiger Mauer) und im Kaiserpalast. Denn Hue war...

permalink written by  MaxTheDay on November 13, 2012 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: MaTi in Südostasien



Ruokareissailua

Vain neljan tunnin bussimatka Hoi Anista toi meidat Hueen, jossa odotti ehdottomasti matkan tahan mennessa mukavin hotellihuone! Kaksi tuplasankya, iso parveke, tehokas ilmastointi ja kaapeliteeveen elokuvakanvat. Ja hyva etta olikin mukava huone, Silla Australialaistytto oli vatsataudissa koko...

permalink written by  rosabella on May 26, 2012 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Kaukana kotoa: Siperian halki ja matkantekoa Itä-Aasiassa



Hue

One of the main attraction here is is the Citadel walls which sit on the Banks of Hue's Perfume River - so called I believe because of the aroma of the blossoming flowers. It's actually quite hard to visualise what is once would have looked like as most of it is just ruins now, but I imagine...

permalink written by  mich_and_dan_moors on September 4, 2011 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: mich_and_dan_moors's Travel Blog



Hue

After a relatively short bus journey this time, we arrived in Hue, where incredibly it felt like the temperature had risen again! We had a lovely hotel, but our stay was slightly marred by the regular power cuts. Every day the power is turned off between 6am – 1pm or 1pm – 6pm and...

permalink written by  Tim and Em on July 12, 2010 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Round half the world!



Day 16: 10th cruise day - Day at Sea

Day 16: Sunday, December 27th, 2009 10th cruise day: Day at Sea I woke up to a feeling of deep naseau and thought it was from the bad swaying and rolling of the ship. We expected the ride along the coastline from Chan May to Phu May to be less rocky because we were hugging the...

permalink written by  mohicanfan on December 27, 2009 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Beijing/Shanghai and a Princess Southeast Asia Cruise - Dec 2009



Day 15: Hue, Vietnam (9th cruise day)

Day 15: Saturday, December 26th, 2009 9th cruise day: Hue, Vietnam Our first day in Vietnam! We pulled into port before 6:30am and passed by many small fishing boats in the harbor. The view was beautiful as there were beautiful, tall, green mountains near the pier, which we later...

permalink written by  mohicanfan on December 26, 2009 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Beijing/Shanghai and a Princess Southeast Asia Cruise - Dec 2009



Hue ... Rain, more rain and more Moto's!

We arrived in Hue early in the morning, the train ride took almost 12 hours. This train, the SE-1 that leaves every day from HaNoi, to Saigon is a little older and not quite as nice as the train to Sapa. Around 10 at night, just before turning out the lights to go to sleep we spotted a few...

permalink written by  ECRadventure on October 22, 2009 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: ECRadventure's Travel Blog



Shameless Birthday Plug - Hue

Hue was the last stop before Hanoi on our Vietnam trip and also the town in which I celebrated my quarter century b'day. Hue was the capital of the Vietnamese royal family in the 19th Century and as such has a royal citadel within another citadel in the town. Our 2 days spent in Hue...

permalink written by  Michael Russell on July 2, 2009 from Hue, Vietnam
from the travel blog: Escape from Blighty



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