Copacabana Apartment - Hotel

Address: 264 EDSA Extension, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1300, Philippines | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 264 EDSA Extension, Manila, is near University of Santo Tomas, San Agustin Museum, Casa Manila, and San Sebastian Church.
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    Manila

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... don't think we smelt that bad! Just as we were about to leave, we saw a huge pool of water coming out from under the kitchen door! The washing machine had drained all of its contents on to the floor. It took us over an hour to soak up all the water, by which time we were starving. Sujin told us later that day that she meant to use the one that was tucked away in the utility room - a washing machine with only Korean language printed on it, not the one on display (in English) in ...

    Manila 10's Rugby Tournament

    A travel blog entry by mike.kenney on Mar 20, 2015

    ... slept and still drunk players and had to borrow a few players from a Japanese team. The team left on Monday and I stayed in Manila for a bit longer. Still recovering from the hectic weekend I checked out of my hostel after the first night and booked into a hotel for the rest of my stay. Manila is great for a day or two but I wouldn't advise anybody staying there any ...

    Manila, Philippines

    A travel blog entry by shayles on Jan 18, 2015

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    The boat I caught from Coron is a cargo boat that also carries a certain number of passengers. The bottom floor is for cargo, the top floor for passengers. This is the way local people travel – cheap. And that is exactly what I wanted. But I have read that boats sink very frequently in the Philippines and I've also read that boats frequently board more passengers than allowed and when one sinks a lot of people turn up that were never on the manifest submitted by the ...

    The thriller in Manila?

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 07, 2014

    ... We had now left the sea front and were heading into a livelier area and he decided that riding our horse and cart the wrong way over a traffic laden bridge was in order. Aside from the repeated horns, nobody seemed too perturbed that a horse and cart was involved in the commute and we even exchanged some banter with the police who were directing traffic at an intersection. There was a blend between Asian and Spanish influences evident in the architecture but ...

    Duo to Trio

    A travel blog entry by kkoffeeko on May 16, 2014

    ... It was many floors up before we were able to scramble inside her condo and rested our ass off. I had gone quiet for awhile as I imagined myself working in the Metro. Jeez, will I really be able to survive when I decide to be employed here in Mnl? Tough.

    Dinner was at a small carinderia at the streets of Taft. I forgot the name, was it Pinky's or Aling Pinky's? I do not know, but food there was deli! We were on tight budget. ...