M.R. Palace Hotel

Address: 5/2 Montree Road,Sobtui, Lampang, 52100, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 5/2 Montree Road,Sobtui, Lampang.
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    ... and insisted Stebbs hold the dog for a while. When I approached and she realized I didn't also have a dog, she sought out a tiny little puppy for me to hold. After a while of dog shuffling and endless giggling on the part of this girl, we said our goodbyes and returned to wandering the streets of Lampang. Later that afternoon we said our goodbyes to yet another lovely little Thai town, and made our way back to the bus station to catch a bus back home, to the frogmarching streets of Chiang ...

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