Northview Hotel

Airport Road Brgy. 46 Nalbo , Laoag, Luzon, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Airport Road Brgy. 46 Nalbo , Laoag.
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    Travel Blogs from Laoag

    Caves at Penablanca and Pagudpud Beach

    A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 10, 2014

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    ... off towards the ocean to find the blue lagoon resort. We end up choosing Hannah's resort since it seemed to most marketed in the area. As we drive 4kms down the turn off, we see the resort in the distance. The resort has the letters spelling out Hannah's similar to the way Hollywood is famous for their sign. The resort looks huge at night, but I'll have to find out what is here in the morning.

    I survived Sand Dunes Adventure

    A travel blog entry by kaye1021 on Oct 31, 2013

    I really enjoyed my adventure in Paoay, Ilocos Norte Sand Dunes....Had fun to ride a 4x4 to see the entire area. What I enjoyed most is the sudden drop from the top which made my Mom screamed to death because of her fear to heights. Wanting more on my next visit...More fun in Sand Dunes...

    Ilocos Trip: Pagudpud

    A travel blog entry by sammii on Aug 09, 2013

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    ... the Patapat Viaduct, one of the projects of the Filipino dictator, Ferdinand Marcos.

    We also visited the Bantay-abot Cave. Our tour guide-driver explained that Bantay-abot used to be a cave but after an earthquake that brought down most of the rocks, ...

    Beautiful scenery of "LAOAG"

    A travel blog entry by mimpi on May 20, 2013

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    ... Ilocos Norte Capitol and have a breakfast also look for an internet cafe to print my check in for my flight this afternoon.
    I love this city, I have met a nice young boy and girl from General Santos at the Laoag Airport then being a travel mate along my trip from Laoag, Vigan and Pagudpud.
    This vacation has a special memory for me as a gift of my birthday also.
    Thanks to God that He has guide me along my trip.


    Sinking Bell Tower, tabacco monopoly landmark

    A travel blog entry by kanuto-wong on May 06, 2012

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    The City of Laoag is the capital of Ilocos Norte, its name means sunshine in Iloco, that's why Laoag City is also called sunshine city. This city continues to preserve its rich culture and tradition. The Kalesa, a horse drawn vehicle during the Spanish colonization period can still be seen in the roads and highways inside the City of Laoag and it is treated as the ...