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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalazzo Pensionne Cebu City
We booked two nights and decided to stay longer, friendly staff and clean rooms. Don't judge a book by its cover.
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... Street (Cebuano: Dalang Columbus) is in the old quarter. It is the oldest street in the Philippines all built in times of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. It is the heart of the city, where are located restaurants, department stores, cinemas, etc. At the end of the street the obelisk is a monument to Heritage of Cebu in the Plaza del Parian. In this monument the most important events of Cebu are represented since its incorporation.
... before we were coming into land. I took a taxi into town. To get one of the cheaper meter taxis, I had to walk out of arrivals, across a road, up a flight of stairs and through the departures terminal! They like to make the system a complicated as possible! There was quite a lot of traffic, so took almost an hour to travel not very far, so was around 5pm by the time I arrived at the hotel. I was quite surprised as I was expecting Cebu to be ...
... i would have to pay the full amount even though i had used the room. Tired, hot and now extremely annoyed i was instantly annoyed. I told my gf that we were leaving, i was not paying for something i had not used. The front desk girl then called a manager, who told me i was to pay 190php, for not arriving, which i found extremely annoying. Needless to say the room was very nice, and well appointed, however the location of the hotel is in the ...
We eventually gave up in favour of napping again, and then spent some time splashing around at the beach. The day was generally overcast, which was a relief for our poor, sunburned skin, but it was still very hot.
I discovered three different jellyfish over the course of the day and stalked them both with my underwater camera and my DSLR. Jellyfish are just so weird, I kind of love them. I just wish they didn't love me quite so much.
... on them, people cross themselves when passing a church, yet they are corrupt at the same time. I don't get it.
- men with wooden sticks stand at the entrances of most places and use them to "search" your bags as you enter
- Tagalog is not the only native language -- there are many and it depends on the island which one is spoken apart from English