Da Nang is located between the South China Sea and the Han River - a small city with lots of bridges.
|This is the largest dragon bridge in the world! Wait, how many dragon bridges are there anyway?|
|It was a little windy and really hot/sticky - that's why my hair is like this|
|There's nothing like getting a hug from a hot pizza|
We tried to cross the street during rush hour...click here to see our first attempt. And click here to see how we finally get across the street!
|Walking across the Dragon Bridge|
|The clouds were pretty cool looking this evening|
|Boats in the Han River|
|The clouds in this direction looks like smoke from the dragon|
|A view of the bridge from the opposite side of the Han River|
|Watching the sun set from the 8th floor - @ Skybar at D&C Hotel|
|I got the waitress to take a photo for us|
|Crescent moon showing up at dusk|
|The Dragon Bridge all lit up|
The next day we didn't really do much...
|We stayed in our room and had granola bars for lunch|
|But ventured out for dinner past Paul's Restaurant!|
|The next day we headed to Nha Trang...bye Da Nang, can you see the bridges?|
Nha Trang is a beach town - we heard it was the prettiest beaches of Vietnam. And yes, they were actually very pretty! There wasn't any garbage floating around in the water so that is a big plus. It was extremely hot and humid though and we just weren't feeling like laying out. Instead, I went to the spa.
|Here we are, driving from the airport to the hotel|
|Our hotel was about a 5 minute walk to the beach|
|We ate at at place that had a swimming pool|
|That's the South China Sea right there|