Anh Dao Hotel

Address: 50-52 Hoa Binh Square, Dalat, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 50-52 Hoa Binh Square, Dalat.
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Travel Blogs from Dalat

Dalat, you so quirky!

A travel blog entry by kirbywaller on Sep 07, 2014

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... little guilty for being a bum, but it rained all day anyway. sixty-three / 2mo. anniversary: woke up early with no agenda. lin suggested i do something with linda. we really wanted to see pongour waterfalls, but not sure how to get there without a motorbike. decided to walk around town instead. found the cable cars after about an hour of getting lost. cable cars took us down the mountain to a pagoda on the south end of town. pagoda had a beautiful garden with tons of flowers ...

Day 2: Around Da Lat

A travel blog entry by jindisek on Aug 11, 2014

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... and waiting for their customers to come back. One couple was from Czech - actually Czech Vietnamese boy with Czech girl. On the way back - still in Nam Ban village - there was a small private silk factory allowing visitors to come in for a small fee. With no guides I could only assume what was going on. Maybe 20 people was working there.

After that I went back via Da Lat to Linh Phuoc pagoda with short stop for Hu Tiu (noodles with mix ...

3 Days in Dalat

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 15, 2014

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... for the locals to get out of town and relax. The suburbs are fields of fruits, vegetables, coffee, and flower gardens that are harvested and exported across Vietnam and abroad. The tempo of life seems relaxed, traffic is not as frenetic as elsewhere and the streets are spacious. The central highlands give the bag carrying traveller a chance to cool down on their journeys North and South. Dalat is also home to The Easy Riders. Jocelyn and Damien ...

Day 16:Ho Chin Minh Trail : The road to Dalat

A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on Jul 01, 2014

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... air cooled as we climbed higher and higher and everywhere we looked the views were stunning. As we reached the top of the first few peaks the road leveled out a little and afforded me some of the best riding I've done here so far. Stunning views, winding roads that undulated round the mountain side and we zipped along at a rate of knots. I was loving it. The roads so clear and dry that you could take the racing line on every bend and maintain your speed. Half an hour of this joyous ...

Day 7 - Dodging Da Lat Downpours

A travel blog entry by mattymatty1313 on Jun 22, 2014

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We will keep this entry brief to spare you the same boredom we have endured today, buses aren't much fun. We boarded our 8 hour bus from Saigon fearing the worst but it wasn't all as bad as the horror stories we have heard. We went with Sinh Tourism who we are using throughout the trip and the journey cost around £4. We were greeted with water and face flannels, and we thought "this isn't too shabby", until Eloise fell asleep instantly, leaving ...

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