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Help us make the hard choices - Vietnam Itinerary

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We are planning a three week trip to Laos/Vietnam and are having a hard time making decisions about how to spend last few days. This part of itinerary is locked and loaded:

2 days Hong Kong
5 days Luang Prabang
2 days Hanoi
2 days Halong Bay
(night train to the South)

We have seven more days -- and cant decide which of these we should do (we are ending in HCMC but don't plan to spend time there)

Hue - interested in the history but dull? do DMZ?
Hoi An - charming and into food
Dalat - really interested in mountain biking in villages, seeing interior of country
Mui Ne - some beach time would be good - but worth it?
Other?

Would combining Hue, Hoi An and Dalat be too much? we are willing to fly between Danang and Dalat, then Dalat and HCMC

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