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TravelPod Member ReviewsTibetan Lodge Dali
Nice, welcoming comfortable what more can you ask from a lodge. The Tibetan lodge was a welcome haven after the slow train from Kunming. The beds were comfortable, the room quite small and with two teenagers in the mezzanine above us we were snug. The staff were helpful, the food at their cafe good. All in all we liked them and would come back here.
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