Dalat Palace Luxury Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDalat Palace Luxury Hotel
This was a birthday treat so was a splash out midway rest stop!!!
Great place really lovely and helpful staff!!!
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... with some of the prices I suggest, God loves a tryer! We ended up finding a nice big room with two big beds for all 4 of us for 300,000 dong and set off exploring. We made a group decision (the girls decided) to head for a place called the crazy house. This place really was mad! Hidden away on a little side road, you walk through the gate and it looks like someone just gave a kid a crayon to draw a fantasy house and then someone went and built it! Spiralling stairways ...
... 261;c, że nasza Betty straciła całą moc, miała problemy z zapalaniem, zaczęła skakać jak kangur, aż wreszcie zupełnie odmówiła posłuszeństwa i stanęła w strugach deszczu w środku gór. Po osuszeniu świecy zapłonowej Betty znów odpaliła i jakoś doskakaliśmy jak te dwa kangury do naszego hotelu (następnego dnia wymieniliśmy świecę i było po ...
... animals to represent different countries of the world we were told. England is represented with a pheasant room, China by tiger, Australia by kangaroo but there were also a few others such as ant, termite and gourd (whatever that is) which were open to the public. The rooms numbered 1 to 11 vary in cost and size with number 5, yet to be built, the only one unavailable. We opted not to dive in and book an extra night in Da Lat for it but instead make our way in to town ...
... he would too. That was sort of a fun trick we kept doing.
Another thing we did (earlier in the tour) was visit a silk factory. This was actually really interesting because you got to see silk worms eating mulberry leaves and then their cocoons with them still inside and then they put the cocoons into hot water which kills the worm inside (among other things) and how they attach the cocoon threads to a spinner. Then they dry them and tie them ...