Citi Park Hotel

Address: F. Cabahug Street, Kasambagan Road, Cebu City, Cebu, Visayas, Philippines | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on F. Cabahug Street, Kasambagan Road, Cebu City, is near Magellan's Cross, Casa Gorordo Museum, Casino Filipino, and Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary.
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Travel Blogs from Cebu City

Young Life Camp

A travel blog entry by blanford on May 28, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

Today we went to Young Life camp and had a great time. We started with a tour of the camp including a brief description of the history and some of challenges it has faced. 7 months ago the camp was hit by a typhoon that knocked down trees and destroyed some of the land. While walking around the camp I noticed that there was no A/C and little running water. The only type of cooling system they had was a few fans that rotated back and ...

Tips And Tricks To Having A Healthy Mouth

A travel blog entry by coxedumaryfa on Feb 24, 2014

... for the health of your mouth is to quit smoking. Not only will your mouth thank you, but you body will as well. You now see how easy it can be to have that brighter smile. All it takes is being educated with great tips such as the ones presented here. The next step is to follow the tips here and use them to guide you along to that perfect set of white teeth. You may pay us a visit at Jupiter cosmetic ...

Cebu in a Day

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Jan 07, 2013

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... Shopping Mall, ogling at spreads of pinoy dishes at the food court. I was rather surprised at the rich variety of local cuisine available in one spot as I imagine that they would be hard to track down if you are not a local. Diary time at Red Mango accompanied with a serve of the fabulous green tea yoghurt. So addictive. It was later I learnt that sampaguita may have lost my laundry. A mix up of rooms to laundry I hoped. My last set of clothes was already on ...

Whew, here at last.

A travel blog entry by rnf2 on Feb 12, 2012

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... just a money belt under my clothes instead of a satchel and guide books and the rest of the tourist stuff :P

As part of getting around, we took Habul Habul rides... Motorcycle taxis, the name is a local dialect meaning Sex... and yes, you are squeezed tight and holding on to each other that it looked like an orgy on a bike :D not too bad with only 1 person riding pillion, a little more with 2 people, but I just as in rural china, ...

Living La Vida Local

A travel blog entry by donmarlo on Jan 28, 2012

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... fake gold accesories followed on my way to the terminal with a "you have to buy one otherwise i'm gonna do something bad to you" look on his face . This is not new to me living the streets of Manila for a long time. The secret, totally ignore the person like he doesn't exist until he gives up. Expect him to curse you at the end. So, don't fight back.

The sun is about to set. Forseeing that I may arrive in Oslob at around 9 or 10 PM, it may ...