La Paloma Hotel

Address: 103/8 Srithamtraipidok Road, Phitsanulok, 65000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 103/8 Srithamtraipidok Road, Phitsanulok.
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    Travel Blogs from Phitsanulok

    Exploring Thailand's Ancient Capital

    A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on Apr 01, 2015

    ... fighting about the air conditioning ever since we left the Radisson. Good grief! Does this mean my travels will take us only to Large fully equipped American hotels? Martin and his girlfriend Jai (rhymes with Rye) picked us up and we went to Wat Yai, a 13th century temple. The temple was so beautiful, and we walked around to the tower, which looks like the ruins at Angkor Wat, but still with it's glorious decor. I was surprised to see that the back of ...

    Teaching old dogs new tricks

    A travel blog entry by piholland on Nov 26, 2014

    19 photos

    We had to escape from Bangkok, the city was choking us. The relentless tuk-tuk drivers and street sellers around Khao San, the heat and smog of the city was all starting to get to much. We were last in Bangkok before this trip around seven years ago, back then it seemed exotic and exciting, before we set off on our world travels it was one of the most exciting cities we had ever been. Looking around I don't think it has actually changed much, you still see scores of ...

    Sappraiwan Elephant Sanctuary

    A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear on Feb 15, 2014

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... be able to hold their breath for that long! Slowly, the group makes their way to the "elephant camp" (a concrete structure with some of the mahouts' houses nearby), where they spend the day. We then feed them pineapple leaves, which we also collected twice this week. Elephants eat 200-250 kilos of food per day, so the mahouts have to restock their food pile 2-3 times per week at various farms around the area. They have an agreement with the farmers that they can come and remove ...

    Rainforest Resort, Dec 19

    A travel blog entry by gandntrips on Dec 19, 2013

    ... we came. Suddenly, this fine road drops down into a tiny fishing village on a lake and stops. We are on a penensula jutting out into a lake with no clear place to go. Finally, after driving around on various narrow unpaved road, we find 1-lane cement road with a red arrow pointing down it. What the heck. We drive down it. Sure enough, at the end of the road is a rustic restaurant, and a sandy beach with a ferry pulling in. I use the term "ferry" ...

    Elephants, an Old City and Anfield

    A travel blog entry by vickyli on Sep 02, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... In all seriousness, it did take us a while to pick where to see elephants in South East Asia, as some locations don't have the best reputation for their treatment of the animals. Fortunately, the elephants at Lampang all seemed well treated and cared for. That's basically our way of saying 'don't judge us for watching an elephant playing the xylophone'. On to the second stop- Sukhothai- home to some pretty impressive old ruins. The Old City ...