Atrium Hotel Manila
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... odd wave. It was dark and Matt said he'd never been anywhere like is before but for me, compared to Mumbai, this was like Shangri-La! The city is full. It's full of cars, full of people, full of thick air dirty with pollution. It's overpowering with fumes and burning petrol, so as we walked under the flyovers to get to the main high street in Makati (the business district) I covered my face with a scarf. People walking towards us all did the same. The city itself, at least ...
... kept saying "you be careful attorney or they'll rob you. And you don't get too drunk or you'll miss flight. Ha, ha, ha..." Thanks, Browny. He eventually deposited me at a decent enough looking bar and I dutifully paid him a tip based solely on my nationality and went inside. There was some sort of council of elders taking place with a table full of important looking men, with a number of security guards also in attendance so I decided that I was safe in here, ...
... felt worse than it looked. It wasn’t even visible. I also went to a fish spa with tons of little “nibble fish”. About 20 of us put our feet into a large pool of water and the fish start biting. They’re eating the dead skin on your feet and legs. It was so gross! I could only take it for a few minutes…the feel of the fish biting was just too much. I’m told these fish spas are popular in Asian countries. ...
... of Andres Bonifacio is located near the Manila City Hall. The shrine has one big statue of Andres Bonifacio carrying a bolo. The shrine shows the life story of the Philippine hero from his childhood to his death at the hands of Emilio Aguinaldo's spanish invaders. The Andres Bonifacio Shrine was unveiled during the Centennial Independence celebration in 1998. The death of this Filipino patriot is a tragedy. He started Katipunan ...
... and hills along the way. According to Google Maps, this trip should only have taken 3.5 hrs...I think it was more like 6 or 7! We had to fight the same obstacles as in Olongapo, but all spread out over country roads. I covered my eyes on more than one occasion as we sped by slower cars by using the opposite lane. Cousin Dennis assured me that we were fine as he had lived and driven in Manila for many years. It seems that driving lanes and speed limits are mere suggestions in the PI. ...