Palazzo de Laoag Hotel and Restaurant

Address: Vintar Road, Laoag, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vintar Road, Laoag.
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      Travel Blogs from Laoag

      Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.

      A travel blog entry by emilv103 on Apr 05, 2014

      242 photos

      ... At first, landing to the fine sand of the Island it's just like you are in the Island of BORACAY. People here especially the staff is very indulgent. We the "SURVIVORS" enjoyed are staying here, it was clean and comfortable. Staying here for one day is not enough for you to explore all the good things and if you love exploring new things, you must spend a lot of ...

      All I Wanted Was A Monkey

      A travel blog entry by bfust on Sep 22, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... feed the monkeys". However, despite the fact that apparently there was a monkey hanging out on the sign of the resort when we arrived (which I did not see), one eluded me all weekend.

    • If you're going to track a monkey in the rain into a jungle-forest in the Philippines, it's best to wear shoes. I was walking the beach barefoot (by myself in the rain like the setup of a commercial) when I saw some sort of ...

    • Teenage Spirit

      A travel blog entry by taralets on Sep 04, 2013

      1 photo

      It’s our global community of travelers that makes Tara Lets awesome, and we never tire of hearing about your travel adventures. So when we saw this photo of Janelle Batara’s incredible photo of her Nayong Pilipino tour, submitted to our Facebook album, we had to hear more.

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      On our Way to Ilocos Norte

      A travel blog entry by davemen19 on Apr 07, 2013

      4 photos

      We leave our house at 7:30 in the evenig. We ride a van to get to the station of Florida. We got there 9:30 (2 hours of travel from Molino to Lacson, Manila). We waited the sleeper bus. While waiting for it, we found a "Siomai King" and ate heavy meal to serve as our dinner. After that, we went back to the ...

      Sinking Bell Tower, tabacco monopoly landmark

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

      13 photos

      ... the road.

      The Spanish colonization period also granted the city with some historical land marks like the Sinking Bell Tower, Tobacco monopoly, museum, church and some government buildings. According to the Ilocanos, the Bell Tower of Laoag sinks by two inches during an earthquake because of its massive size, its door was as wide as the size of a Kalesa ...