Vietsovpetro Hotel

Address: 07 Hung Vuong St., Dalat, Vietnam | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 07 Hung Vuong St., Dalat.
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      Da Lat 3rd/4th November 2014

      A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Nov 04, 2014

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      ... Da Lat - with half of our one day now filled we needed to establish what else we could cram in. Taking the opportunity to call home and check in we did before heading back to Green Leaves. 4th November 2014 Up and at it in time for our complimentary breakfast, we were soon in the minibus en route to the nearby woodlands with our canyoning troops for the day. It was only fifteen minutes out of town when we pulled up on a hillside and were equipped with harness, ...

      Saigon - Mui Ne - Saigon - Dalat

      A travel blog entry by ayoung435 on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... to sleep until the hostel opened. I climbed into bed, exhausted in this woman's house and all of a sudden, full blast, I hear her start to chant, and ring bells and bang on something; quite frankly it scared the **** out of me - I got no sleep and when it got to 7am I thanked her wholeheartedly for her hospitality, gave her some cash and checked into the hostel! I think she was doing some Buddhist ritual or prayer but it was the same chant over and over unrelenting from when ...

      Canyoning: Pushing the limits

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... and "rain" together in the same sentence. This was actually very cool because we were all soaked anyways, and in the water half the time. There's something quite beautiful about being in a deep stream with the jungle all around and overhanging the stream and watching the pouring rain. It was definitely a cool experience.

      The last thing of the day was another rappel down a waterfall, although this one we didn't hit the waterfall until almost ...

      Lazy day in Dalat

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Oct 19, 2014

      ... tea for about an hour or two. The place where we sat down was not particularly comfortable in terms of chairs, but it started pouring rain outside so we were a bit stuck. He's a pretty interesting person to talk to though - he currently lives in Cheng Du China, which of course got me very excited. He's traveled all over Yunnan and various parts of China and so we talked about that for a while, as well as other traveling stuff. I'm reading The Four ...

      Day 2: Around Da Lat

      A travel blog entry by jindisek on Aug 11, 2014

      24 photos

      ... write a wish and ring the huge bell three times. From internet it seems, that pagoda was decorated with debris glass and pottery in 1950 by buddhist monks and renovated in 1990. I have seen more pagodas in Thailand to be decorated with pottery - it's quite interesting to see it from close distance. It seems that some of the buildings were built later with one still under costruction (or renovation). The bell is biggest bell in central Viet Nam ...