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... only 10 euros
it is central and convenient location on Mango Street, almost in the center that I have reached on foot after having lunch at Chowking, experiencing a soup with noodles and meat boiled beef and then the Halo Halo for dessert, a big glass with lots of ice cakes, some gelatinous seeds, ice cream
I then walked downtown after having traveled a long road full of Christmas lights and reached a large square with ...
... smooth trip going to cebu. i was very excited to see cebu 'cause its my first time! We had lunch at a restaurant and what surprises us is a LECHON. Lechon cebu is said to be very delicious!! City tour after lunch. we went to Basilica Minore de Sto. Nino, Magellans cross, taoist temple and tabuan market.
We hurriedly went to the airport for our 10pm flight.
In summary, i really had fun even though it was short. unforgettable experience :)
... programmes in the barangay, in response to the 2006 Juvenile Justice Act - RA 9344, which was established in order to create a separate justice system for children. We discussed the barangay councils and their failure to adequately support the BCPC (Barangay Councils for the Protection of Children) – the operational status of this group directly equates to the quality and provision of diversion programmes for CICLs; the funding for programmes supporting the rights of the ...
... the experience of their visit to this fine establishment.
The menu is the same with the exception that they serve two items that you would not find at a western McD’s. One is the “McDoo”, basically the same as one of McD’s flimsy, meat-cookie style hamburgers, but with this vomitous, bright-orange sauce slathered on in a huge portion. This mystery-sauce is a not-too-distant relative of Thousand Island dressing, which ...
... me covered though, so we didn't have to give CPR to revive a snail killed in vain. The presentation of the food was outstanding, but remind me not to bother with ginormous snails again. I had conch before, and that was too tough to chew, apparently, it's smaller siblings are no more tender. The crab and clam were good, though. While we ate, we were serenaded by three minstrels, a singer, a drummer and a guitar player, jamming to the dulcet tones of The ...
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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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