Best Western Hotel La Corona
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Hotel La Corona Manila
The service at this hotel is excellent!
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My first destination - spend a few days in Manila sightseeing, organizing the transport to the next destination.
... to rest my head meant that it was impossible to sleep. Nobody except the driver had stopped to relieve themselves in over three hours but the minibus did stop about a Km from roxas port . we were changing minibuses and there was about a 30 minute wait for the new bus to fill with passengers bound for San Jose. There was a small cafe where I bought a drink and a snack. My bag was transferred to the roof of the new minibus and we were eventually ...
... the entire Orion-Bagac line was subjected to incessant bombings by 100 aircraft and artillery bombardment by 300 artillery pieces from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., which turned the Mount Samat stronghold into an inferno. Thereafter, over the course of the next three days (Good Friday to Easter Sunday, 1942), the Japanese 65th Brigade and 4th Division spearheaded the main attack at the left flank of II Corps. Everywhere along the line, the American and Filipino defenders were ...
... our hand at weaving, then we tried to buy a few things, but we had no Philippine money and our credit card would not go through. We later visited a shop that would accept our card and bought another hat for me because the hat I was wearing from Peru blew off my head on one of the tender rides, and was lost to the sea. Back on the ship we had a light lunch and headed back out to try and publish the blog. This was done after visiting 3 places, the first said their Wi Fi was ...
... we arrived at Charlet's family's house in Pasig and a nice lunch was waiting for us. There was Filipino bbq, sausages, and amazing pancit. All of the food was amazing and it was nice to try homemade filipino food in the Philippines.
We set off to our resort and we even had our own private driver, Tito! It was about a 3 hour drive to our resort in Matabungkay, but we finally made it their and checked into our rooms. After checking in, I was completely decimated from ...