CSB Hotel International Conference Center

Address: Arellano cor Estrada Sts, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1004, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Arellano cor Estrada Sts, Manila, is near Mall Of Asia, University of Santo Tomas, San Agustin Museum, and Casa Manila.
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Travel Blogs from Manila

Sabbath in Manila (Quezon City)

A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 10, 2015

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... here for a family reunion. Also saw the Kurt Hoyer family. He works at the American Embassy. More than 90 were present for church services today.

After services we fellowshipped about two hours before Rey Evasco drove Larry and me back to the hotel. Larry and i had dinner at Max's restaurant were we had lunch the day before.

Back to the room and preparing for the National Council meetings in the morning.


The Manila Hotel

A travel blog entry by lullie on Sep 24, 2014

... to parties. Manila itself was not noteworthy. It was a typical big city with traffic and crowds. Poverty was on display with beggars and people living in slums or squats around the place. Everyone kept telling us how dangerous it was but half those people were trying to sell us their services as a tour guide. Not finding much in the humid steeets of the city once we had ...

My first month in Manila

A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Jul 20, 2014


... reps are trying to get access to the 3rd floor via just 2.5 slow moving elevators. Lots of standing around waiting; I’ve been here 4 weeks and I finally asked if there were stairs I could take considering we’re only on the 3rd floor.

The forecast shows another tropical storm to hit the Philippines by Wednesday so I was expecting some rain this weekend, but it was ...

Jeepneys, Tricycles and the National Museum

A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on May 08, 2014

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... door, and were pleasantly surprised to find that entry was free. A number of displays explained how the Spanish and Portuguese had established trade routes throughout Asia and the world, with the Philippines being under Spanish rule. The sinking of the San Diego in 1600 was the focus of one of the marine archaeology displays, and showed the corroded remains of arms, armour and other artefacts ...

Philippines- Discovering one's heritage

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on May 02, 2014

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... six nights here. Boracay is known for its nightlife. There were lots of firedancers and music performers along the beach. Everynight we listened to talented singers right on the beach. The firedancers were pretty good too, but it was a little disturbing to watch the gay men dressed as females perform, and there were lots of them. We did a lot of walking around to explore the 7 km beach. The beach is lined with shops, restaurants and hotels. It is a nice beach but the only downside is ...