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Vé máy bay Quảng Bình Hà Nội

 

 

Một trong những địa điểm du lịch nổi tiếng nhất tại Việt Nam hấp dẫn đông đảo du khách đến tham quan và khám phá đó là thủ đô Hà Nội.Đây là những thời điểm thích hợp để du lịch đến với mảnh đất này, nhu cầu và số lượng khách du lịch đổ xô đến đây ngày một tăng nên các hãng hàng không cũng đã tung ra nhiều tấm vé máy bay Quảng Bình Hà Nội giá rẻ.

 

Xem thêm vé máy bay đi Hà Nội tại https://justfly.vn/ve-may-bay-di-ha-noi-han

 

1. Thông tin vé máy bay Quảng Bình Hà Nội

 

- Giới thiệu về Hà Nội

 

+ Là mảnh đất thủ đô yêu dấu với nhiều danh lam thắng cảnh làm say lòng người, có nhiều di sản thiên nhiên thế giới hấp dẫn, nhiều khu di tích lịch sử ghi dấu ấn một thời. Hà Nội là trung tâm của vùng Bắc Bộ, nơi đây cũng lưu giữ nhiều dấu ấn lịch sử và cũng là nơi giao thoa của các nền văn hóa.

 

+ Đây là một trong những điểm du lịch nổi tiếng, độc đáo thu hút nhiều khách du lịch trong và ngoài nước đến tham quan, nghỉ dưỡng. Hà Nội là khu vực thuộc vùng nhiệt đới gió mùa với 4 mùa rõ rệt là mùa xuân, mùa hạ, mùa thu và mùa đông, du khách có thể đến tham quan tại Hà Nội bất cứ mùa nào trong năm, mỗi mùa sẽ mang lại cho bạn những thứ đặc sản riêng không lẫn vào đâu.

 

+ Bên cạnh đó đến với vùng đất Hà Nội thân thương du khách sẽ được thưởng thức những món ẩm thực ngon, đặc biệt dù chỉ nếm thử một lần nhưng hương vị sẽ nhớ mãi không quên cũng như tâm tình của những người dân của mảnh đất Hà Thành này. Du lịch đến với Hà Nội du khách có thể chọn lựa nhiều phương thức khác nhau như đi xe khách, đi xe máy và để tiết kiệm thêm thời gian thì nhiều người đã chọn xu hướng mua vé máy bay Quảng Bình đi Hà Nội giá rẻ vừa tiết kiệm thời gian.

 

 

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Nhà thờ lớn Hà Nội

 

2. Thông tin về sân bay Đồng Hới

 

Sân bay Nội Bài sẽ là nơi tiếp đón các chuyến bay từ Quảng Bình đến Hà Nội, tọa lạc tại xã Phù Minh, Sóc Sơn, Hà Nội, cách trung tâm thành phố Hà Nội 35km.

 

Cảng hàng không Nội Bài là cảng hàng không quốc tế lớn nhất cả nước, có vị trí chiến lược kinh tế, chính trị quan trọng của Hà Nội giúp gắn kết các di sản Thế Giới với thủ đô.

 

3. Thông tin về lịch bay, giá vé máy bay

 

- Thông tin lịch bay

 

Hằng ngày có rất nhiều số lượng vé Quảng Bình Hà Nội được bán ra phục vụ nhu cầu của du khách. Các hãng hàng không khai thác cung đường bay này có Vietnam Airlines và Vietjet Air.

 

- Thông tin về giá vé

 

+ Vietnam Airlines

 

Như đã biết giá vé máy bay của Vietnam Airlines bao giờ cũng cao hơn các hãng hàng không khác nhưng điều kiện về giá vé lại rộng hơn. Giá vé của Vietnam Airlines từ Quảng Bình đến Hà Nội giao động từ 900.000 VNĐ đến 1.450.000 VNĐ trên một chiều.

 

+ Vietjet Air

 

Còn đối với Vietjet Air lại có giá vé mềm hơn. Tuy nhiên, để tri ân khách hàng thì các hãng hàng không luôn tung ra nhiều chương trình ưu đãi, khuyến mãi lớn vào nhiều dịp khác nhau như Vietjet Air có các chương trình vé 0 đ, 88k, 99k,… Để có thể sở hữu được tấm vé máy bay Quảng Bình Hà Nội rẻ thì khách hàng nên tìm hiểu trên các trang web hoặc có thể đến các đại lý bán vé để cập nhật thông tin.

 

Ngoài ra, một vài lưu ý cho khách hàng nhằm tiết kiệm chi phí, nếu biết trước được thời gian cụ thể, lịch trình rõ ràng thì nên đặt mua vé trước 1 – 2 tháng thì khi ấy giá vé sẽ rẻ hơn rất nhiều. Và dĩ nhiên du khách đặt vé khứ hồi thì giá vé sẽ rẻ hơn vé 1 chiều rất nhiều đó nhé.

 

 

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Sân bay Nội Bài Hà Nội

 

Xem thêm địa chỉ phòng vé máy bay ở Hà Nội :https://goo.gl/maps/raxEpz2xcaB2

 

4. Cách đặt mua vé, săn vé máy bay giá rẻ Quảng Bình Hà Nội

 

Để sở hữu một tấm vé máy bay Quảng Bình Hà Nội du lịch trong hè này khách hàng có thể đến các trung tâm đại lý bán vé của các hãng hàng không hay có thể đặt mua các trang web trên mạng. Tuy nhiên, hiện nay có rất nhiều trang web giả danh, không uy tín khách hàng cũng cần lưu tâm để ý. Để có thể săn được những tấm vé miễn phí hay giá rẻ thì khách hàng nên quan tâm đến các trang web chính hãng của các hãng hàng không để có thể biết thêm được thông tin, giờ bán vé và cách đặt mua, săn vé.

 

Là đại lý vé máy bay uy tín, có nhiều năm kinh nghiệm của các hãng hàng không JustFly sẽ cung cấp đến cho các bạn những thông tin hữu ích và chi tiết nhất, giúp khách hàng sở hữu được tấm vé uy tín và nhanh nhất. Khách hàng muốn tìm hiểu thêm thông tin các chuyến bay, giá vé cũng như các thông tin khác có thể truy cập tới địa chỉ: https://twitter.com/Justflyvn hoặc liên hệ tới tổng đài theo số điện thoại: 1900 636 545 để được tư vấn miễn phí nhé.

 

Trên đây là một số nội dung về vé máy bay Quảng Bình đi Hà Nội mà chúng tôi muốn chia sẻ với các bạn. Hy vọng thông qua bài viết này có thể giúp các bạn săn được cho mình một chiếc vé giá rẻ.

 

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At 4 yrs. old I was introduced to seminal Rock/Rockabilly by my father and older brother, Sun Records, Buddy Holly, Elvis, Duane Eddy, Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochoran,, Jerry Lee, The Everlys etc

still love that era.

Late 1950s sucked, vapid pap, pretty boys who couldn’t sing a note, Fabian, Frankie Avalon, Dark Ages.

 

British Invasion..I was garage band age...The excitement, the creative music of bands that wrote and played their own music...what a concept...in retrospect this is my fave time.

 

Four of us young teens had a very popular and lucrative band playing Originals, Beatles, Stones, Searchers,Kinks music, we were booked months in advance, private parties, bar mitvahs, stare fairs, Birthday parties, high school graduations etc. we had a very astute manager who kept us busy, but always made sure it didn’t affect our school life.

 

Even though I played in Rock/Blues/ Reggae bar bands throughout the entire 1970s this was my least favorite decade....with the exception, of the Police, Bob Marley, The Clash, and a few others like the New York Dolls,

 

Disco music was intolerable, I can listen to it now, and appreciate some of it.

 

I loved the hoopla of the MTV 80’s ..dug the mullets, duster jackets, parachute pants, electronica, the cheesy ‘chain saw’ sounding keyboards, upfront drums..

this was entertainment,

not some parted down the center long hairs in patched jeans and flannel shirts taking 45 minute guitar solos, I still, to this day, I continue to dislike The Grateful Dead...

 

I liked a lot of the1990’s and embrace all the music since.

 

So, my favorite period would have to be the1960’ especially the British Invasion years.

 

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Late 60s, early 70s for me. I used to buy one or two LPs a week, for years... Around 1976, I found I didn't like anything new that was coming out - not punk, definitely not disco, and didn't buy any new music until sometime in the 90s. And it only got worse when the hair-bands showed up.

 

As I've gotten older, I've found myself enjoying a much wider array of music and am less likely to be judgemental about it ("They don't want no trumpet playing band, it ain't what they call rock and roll").

 

Now I listen to jazz, indie, classical, blues, and some rock. Frankly, what they market as 'classic rock' (iHeart radio, the only 20 songs you'll ever hear!) does nothing but make me tune out immediately.

 

But music is in constant evolution, and it's up to you and me to create the next wave of art.

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help me out here Dendy,

 

Kindly name some bands/solo artists that you like from the 1970’s....

 

I only can think of the Eagles, Queen, The original line up of Heart, Cheap Trick, maybe Bad Company, and Boz Skaggs...oh, and Boston’s debut album.

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I recently subscribed to SiriusXM and have gotten stuck on 70's on 7. While I switched around for the first few weeks between 60's on 6 and 80's on 8, I seem to feel at home at 70's on 7.

 

So, based on that non-scientific analysis, I am thinking that the 70's most influenced me when it comes to music. I was born in 1962, so by the time I came into my impressionable years, this would be the correct "fit".

 

 

 

What era most influenced you? Are you a 70's on 7 person or ...?

 

I was born the same year.

 

Everything and anything I can listen too.

 

Side for anyone and every one.

 

I have had Sirius for about 6 years. I came with my wife new car. I got it in my new car too.

 

It's awesome, rarely fades out unless you in east bumblef!@k like we are.

 

Ok 5-6 years latter.

 

You don't want to pay 200 bucks for it. Let your subscription run out or cancel it before the charge your card.

 

They well beg to get you back in less than 2-3 weeks. You can call them up like I have done every 6 months and get it for 29 bucks per car for 6 months, sometime depending on how hard up they are, the deals get better.

 

There stock is worthless and has been, but has climbed a few buck in the past years.

 

Now what do I like.

 

Coffee House

The Bridge

70's on 7

80's on 8 depending whats playing

90's are ok,depending on who's playing

The Beatles Channel

Tom Petty awesome

Springsteen not bad.

 

Willies Road house.

There's bluegrass channel that I listen too.

 

The outlaw channel not bad. Elizebeth Cook has a show on that one., She runs it out of her home when she's not on tour.

 

 

My wife likes the 50's channel

 

Dwight Yokam channel is good I'ma huge fan anyway

 

Classic Vinyl is better than the 7 of 70's.

The Sinatra channel is awesome when I'm in the mood.

40's big band stuff here and there when the mood hits.

 

I never listen to comedy, political talk radio. there's too much RAP and Hip Hop out there.

 

 

Now if you park it long enough it gets repetitive, and they start playing the same stuff over and over and over again.

 

While crusin through the 50's channel one day I got to know JD McPherson

 

That was a nice find 5 years ago.

 

 

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Sirius touch screens and back up cameras are the best things invented in awhile.

 

 

 

 

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Yeah, I minipulate Sirius big time...but 29 bucks a car for 6 months ?.

No way..Rene’ .....lol

 

That’s Airwave Robbery.

 

I get it for for two cars, for a lot less, 19.99 for two cars, six months...plan on squeezing them further when this deal expires.

Maybe some mitigating factors come into play, like geographical location?...I am in the Northeast, 50 miles from NYC, 30 minute drive to Center City Philadelphia.

 

Maybe credit History factors in.?

mine is a perfect 850 on Experian.

 

Anyway, Little Stevie’s Underground Garage on Sirius is my fave...props to my fellow Jersey Boy who is from my era and area.

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help me out here Dendy,

 

Kindly name some bands/solo artists that you like from the 1970’s....

 

I only can think of the Eagles, Queen, The original line up of Heart, Cheap Trick, maybe Bad Company, and Boz Skaggs...oh, and Boston’s debut album.

 

The Doobie Brothers, Frampton, Creedance (even a carry over from 60s), Three Dog Night, Aerosmith, Styx, The Spinners, The Little River Band, Orleans, Pink Floyd, The Who, Fleetwood Mac, ELO, Foreigner, ELP, KISS, Steely Dan, YES, Earth Wind & Fire, and I could go on ....

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Pink Floyd were a 60’s band...circa 1965, so we’re Yes and The Who,( played at Woodstock, and a major proponent of the Early Sixties British Invasion groups... and Fleetwood Mac a 60’s band ...( have you even heard of Peter Green?) Frampton was from Camel, .ELO was a carry over from the 1960’s ‘The Move’.

 

I will give you Styx, The Doobs, Foreigner, and Three Dog Night as viable and legit 1970’s bands..

 

Dang, I’m just wondering how you landed the job you did, because you seem rather clueless as well as very defensive of your ignorance.

 

Do you have an Uncle or in-law that got you in the loop at HC?

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Pink Floyd were a 60’s band...circa 1965, so we’re Yes and The Who,( played at Woodstock, and a major proponent of the Early Sixties British Invasion groups... and Fleetwood Mac a 60’s band ...( have you even heard of Peter Green?) Frampton was from Camel, .ELO was a carry over from the 1960’s ‘The Move’.

 

I will give you Styx, The Doobs, Foreigner, and Three Dog Night as viable and legit 1970’s bands..

 

Dang, I’m just wondering how you landed the job you did, because you seem rather clueless as well as very defensive of your ignorance.

 

Do you have an Uncle or in-law that got you in the loop at HC?

 

Geez, coming down a bit hard here maybe?

 

 

I don't agree with your assumption that a band or musician's "from" decade stems from their formation or first hit date. Fleetwood Mac, according to the Wikipedia discography, shows 3 albums from the late 60s and 9 albums from the 70s - and the 70s albums and line-up are the only ones the general public is aware of. When they switched from blues-rock to the slick lineup and stripped-down, dry sound that was on Rumours, etc., with all the mega-hits, they were way more influential than they were in the Peter Green era. Sure, Peter Green is great, but they forged their true fame post-Peter.

 

BTW I saw Three Dog Night twice, live, in the 60s, following their first two album releases.

 

It's just a chat room sort of question anyway, not the bar exam or the Rock History Inquisition.

 

nat

 

 

 

 

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Pink Floyd were a 60’s band...circa 1965, so we’re Yes and The Who,( played at Woodstock, and a major proponent of the Early Sixties British Invasion groups... and Fleetwood Mac a 60’s band ...( have you even heard of Peter Green?) Frampton was from Camel, .ELO was a carry over from the 1960’s ‘The Move’.

 

I will give you Styx, The Doobs, Foreigner, and Three Dog Night as viable and legit 1970’s bands..

 

Dang, I’m just wondering how you landed the job you did, because you seem rather clueless as well as very defensive of your ignorance.

 

Do you have an Uncle or in-law that got you in the loop at HC?

 

Defensive?

Certainly not - short and concise - yes.

 

The question wasn't regarding what era the band originated, rather what era enfluenced you. All of the bands I mention are played regularly on 70s on 7 on Sirius XM. Heck, some of these iconic bands are still touring today but their biggest influence on me stemmed from the 70s.

 

I can assure you when I was offered this job, there were no band era questions on a test.

 

Respect

D

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Defensive?

Certainly not - short and concise - yes.

 

The question wasn't regarding what era the band originated, rather what era enfluenced you. All of the bands I mention are played regularly on 70s on 7 on Sirius XM. Heck, some of these iconic bands are still touring today but their biggest influence on me stemmed from the 70s.

 

I can assure you when I was offered this job, there were no band era questions on a test.

 

Respect

D

and some more good points raised...And taken.👍

 

Mea culpa for the job jibe, Dendy.

Luke

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Can’t seem to let it go, can you? 😢

 

It's all about the music with me. Many of that 70s era music ... I remember hearing for the first time. I know where I was, who I was with, etc.

First record I ever purchased was Joy to the World (Three Dog Night - also known as Jeremiah was a Bullfrog) with the B-Side being "I can hear you calling" -

Now perhaps they were a late 60's era band, but they didn't influence me until 1972. Oh, Geesh, now you went and made me give away how old I am! :)

 

All good Luke17

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What era most influenced you? Are you a 70's on 7 person or ...?

 

I'm the same basic age as you are, and I would have to say I've been nearly equally influenced by all three of those decades, although slightly less so the '80's. The music of the 1960s was seminal - some of my earliest and most fond memories - and I was very musically-aware and interested, even as a child, while the '70's was when I was coming of age - high school, playing in my first bands, learning the art and science of recording... and in the 80s I had already been playing and recording for years, so it's more of a participatory decade for me in some respects, although I love and was influenced by a lot of what was happening musically then too.

 

You could put on any of those three channels and I'm going to be cool with it. :)

 

 

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help me out here Dendy,

 

Kindly name some bands/solo artists that you like from the 1970’s....

 

I only can think of the Eagles, Queen, The original line up of Heart, Cheap Trick, maybe Bad Company, and Boz Skaggs...oh, and Boston’s debut album.

 

The Allman Brothers Band, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Todd Rundgren / Utopia, Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Temptations, The James Gang, James Taylor, Carole King, Linda Ronstadt, CSN, Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris, Jackson Browne, Ry Cooder, The Police, The Cars, Foghat, Big Star, Journey, The Sweet, Santana, Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Pink Floyd, Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney / Wings, Eric Clapton / Derek & The Dominos, The Who, Kiss, Black Sabbath, Billy Joel, Van Halen, The Kinks, Supertramp, Elton John, Elvis Costello, Aerosmith, Rory Gallagher, The Doobie Brothers, David Bowie, The Clash, The Ramones, The Sex Pistols.... I could probably go on for quite a while naming influential artists that had significant album releases in the 1970's. Same for the 1960's and, to a slightly lesser extent, the 1980's.

 

 

 

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Most of those of those bands you and Dendy mentioned had their inception in the 1960’s, but their ‘Salad Days’ in the 1970’s.

I already conceded that and mentioned a few exceptions like The Police,Bob Marley, the Clash etc. that you inadvertently, or in your haste, failed to notice.

 

but, you guys liked the 1970’s ... you had to deal with the cards that were dealt to you. (Sigh.)

 

To me, it was, still is, the Dark Ages of music.

 

I’m thinking the very worst of that era, polyester Disco Suits, spun from recycled plastic liter soda bottles, combover hairdos, The BeeGees selling out , that monotonous bass line beaten like a dead horse.

 

I already mentioned the very few things I liked.

 

I can only leave you with one ignoble word;

 

DISCO.

 

😂

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Believe it or not, I actually like some disco - it was when I was a high school student so I couldn't help but be influenced. I believe just like with all music, that it was a necessary time of music transition that influenced lots of musicians.

 

Ya'll remember this:

 

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Bwahaha - I'll just leave this here.

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Believe it or not, I actually like some disco - it was when I was a high school student so I couldn't help but be influenced. I believe just like with all music, that it was a necessary time of music transition that influenced lots of musicians.

 

Ya'll remember this:

 

[video=youtube;asQxeXYFYgg]

 

Bwahaha - I'll just leave this here.

 

Why am I not surprised? You probably chipped in and bought one of these Disco Dancing charts with your rhythmically challenged Buds...

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I recently subscribed to SiriusXM and have gotten stuck on 70's on 7. While I switched around for the first few weeks between 60's on 6 and 80's on 8, I seem to feel at home at 70's on 7.

 

So, based on that non-scientific analysis, I am thinking that the 70's most influenced me when it comes to music. I was born in 1962, so by the time I came into my impressionable years, this would be the correct "fit".

 

 

What era most influenced you? Are you a 70's on 7 person or ...?

 

I'm just a couple years older and also listen to Sirius in the car. I prefer 25, 26 & 27 over the 70's/80's channel because you'll get the full song. This really came to light when my wife and I where working up Heard It In A Love Song by Marshall Tucker. On the 70's channel they cut out half the intro plus the whole piano solo in the middle (where my wife deftly switches from flute back to piano).

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