Lanna Palace 2004 Hotel

184 Changklan Road, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Chiang Mai, is near Patara Elephant Farm, Night Bazaar, National Elephant Institute, and Roong Aroon Hot Springs.
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    Finally Arrived!

    A travel blog entry by nikki.aldcroft- on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... the flights had completely drained me.

    The Royal Panerai Hotel is located in the heart of Chiang Mai. It is fantastic accommodation with friendly, welcoming staff and lots of facilities to occupy the students in their spare time, such as gym, spar and there is also free Wi-Fi connection. The Royal Panerai Hotel is very good value for your money. The hotel only costs $19.81 per person per night, which will be very affordable for students. ...

    Hello Thailand, Chiang Mai, take one

    A travel blog entry by carolinephe on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... and the views were breathtaking! I had a disco nap in the bamboo hut we were staying in. Beyond rustic, toilet was literally a hole in the ground in an out house. Bed was a thin bit of foam on the ground. But I was so tired I got a great night sleep and didn't wake up till the cock crowed! That first night we had curry which I didn't even find spicy and rice and veg. Stayed up chatting till maybe nine, with Portuguese, French guy florian, and the Belgium couple. Everyone ...

    Thursday breakfast in Thailand

    A travel blog entry by g2lumi on Jun 12, 2014

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    ... which turned out to basically be Pad Thai, and everyone else got 'pork cartilage soup'.) Moving on from the 'Thai Food' restaurant, we mechanically turned back to the hostel to catch our 1 p.m. van to the airport, but stopped at an American-looking, possibly-open coffee shack when Amy decided on a last Thai iced coffee. Inside, we were welcomed by a Californian barista/owner whose love and passion for coffee sparked both a half-hour delay to our departure and ...

    Thailand...emphasis on the AILAND

    A travel blog entry by jrocci on May 03, 2014

    1 comment, 63 photos

    ... for a tour instead of a means of transport. Railay is a segregated peninsula that is only accessed by boat. Once at the beach, the lack of cars and tuk tuks adds even more charm to the already beautiful area. The one problem with Railay is that very small and VERY populated. I wasn't sure how long I would stay...after all, the boat ride over had been the best part. But once the tide went out I saw I could get to the other side of the beach. From ...

    Meeting my Mind

    A travel blog entry by elegibson on Apr 29, 2014

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    ... often amusing typical Thai - English language traps. Occasionally his words come to me as I meditate on my breathing: "liseing, fawwing, liseing, fawwing".... Despite, or perhaps because of this, my favourite part of every day is the fleeting five minutes that I get alone with this inspiring man. Not only is this my one teeny tiny fix of conversation (don't forget we are in complete silence all other times of the day) but it is my opportunity to share how things ...