Lenox Hotel

Address: Rizal Street, Dagupan, Luzon, 2400, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rizal Street, Dagupan.
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      Travel Blogs from Dagupan

      A Christmas Carol

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 24, 2014


      ... of a hotel in Dagupan called Ragtime something or other. Outside my room looking down on a junction of mad SE Asian traffic uncontrolled by traffic lights that are there nevertheless. It's only a three way junction so it's not as mad as it could be, but it's mad enough, and dangerous enough trying to cross the road to the local 24 hour shop to buy the necessary bog roll. Did I mention we both now have mad fevers, running noses (strange term the more you think about it) ...

      100 Islands

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 23, 2014

      1 comment

      ... teenage mutant ninja turtles or hedgehogs or some other animal. There were no beaches on many but they stood, literally, up alone, rock covered in greenery but rock raised out of the sea, sometimes giving the impression of an animal on legs. I think practically all are uninhabited. Save for the tourists...

      First we were taken to one called Governors Island. All these rocky outcrops are given names in huge white plastic looking and ...


      A travel blog entry by burles on Dec 16, 2013

      4 photos

      ... sleep - his tossing around and coughing and wheezing meant that I also couldn't sleep.

      By the time we arrived in Banaue (around 7 AM) we were exhausted, greasy, and had pretty noticeable bags under our eyes. Our exhaustion was not enough to stifle our excitement though. Our first glimpse of Banaue was just beautiful - rolling hills, covered in lush, tropical, green forests, blanketed by low-lying clouds. Waterfalls drifted into the valley in various ...

      Rice terraces of Banaue

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 17, 2013

      13 photos

      ... of western tourists, "Americans" as they are known to the Philippinos, as we hadn't seen a foreigner for weeks. The journey was brutal, punctuated by some sleep on my broken chair right at the back of a freezing cold bus with the french girl next to me cuddling up in her sleep, stopping every two hours to have a break and a walk and all after our already tiring journey. We were shattered, beyond shattered in fact but as we pulled into a bus stop in Banaue at 7.30am we were met ...

      How Do They Do That? - "Rice"

      A travel blog entry by robandnorma on Apr 18, 2013

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... for the 4WDs and a selection of shops.

      The journey down the other side to the village gave us an impressive view of the valley we were heading into. We had come to this village to see even more impressive (and UNESCO protected) stone rice terraces. From the top you could just see some portion of them, and Batad in the distance nestled along a ridge top. The walk down took about 40 minutes and as soon as we reached the village our minds were blown away with the view. ...