Ai Nghia Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAi Nghia Hotel Dalat
Budget hotel near the Easy Riders base. Large rooms with fans and bathrooms. For the money, it's fine but don't expect it to be luxurious - not that you should be expecting it at $10 a night. Good for a few nights as a base to explore Dalat if you are on a budget.
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... grateful that there were these three German guys on the bus because it meant that I had English companions! The guy at the hostel had informed me that this was the EXPRESS bus to Danang, only taking fourteen hours instead of eighteen, which I was glad for. Leaving at 4 pm meant we should arrive around 6 am, which would be perfect timing to do stuff the whole next day, assuming I could sleep on the bus.
First we drove to Nha Trang, to get back to ...
... nerve gives out half way across, and you are marooned forever in the middle, amidst a blizzard of scooters all beeping and honking like mad.6
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