City Garden Suites
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Very well located for the Greenbelt shopping area - within walking distance. Good apartment standard.
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... then it started to get a little nauseating. Surprisingly the movie itself was pretty good if you can look past the fact that everyone except the Rock had an English accent. I think he’s bigger now than when he was wrestling. Unless it was CGI, he’s huge!
I had to go to the pharmacy to get some shaving cream and I found it interesting that all their creams and lotions include a skin whitening solution. According to ...
... faucets got sensors.
Flew Bangkok Airways.Took 2 hours.
Plane is small and was an ATR 72.
Pickup by the hotel truck with open sides.
The Hotel is Villa Santi.Old colonial house owned prior by the prior queen of Luang Prabang.
Had a welcome ginger cocktail.
Ate in a local restaurant...spring roll and Mekong river sea weed ( wafer like,crunchy).the name is Kaipen.
Window shop in an Ethology store.
... 1082;ры 74;ает вам дверь, и говор 80;т: "Добро 077; утро, сэр. Добро 77; утро, мэм." Такси 89;ты пытаю 90;ся ...
... yellow with white spots), lion fish, stone fish, blue snails, domes, fan corals, and soft & hard coral. Our night dive was quite spectacular as well. We jumped into the water @ 6:30pm just at sunset. The water wasn't completely dark at this point, however we still required flashlights. Towards the end of the dive, it was pitch black. Going down was difficult and nerve wrecking at first, but I soon felt comfortable once we had our flashlights on some coral. We didn't do as ...
... Manila began as a settlement on the banks of the Pasig River, and its name originates from "Maynilad," referring to the mangrove plant known as Nilad, which was abundant in the area. Prior to the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century, Manila was home to Muslim-Malays, who were descended from the Arabs, Indians, East Asians and other Southeast Asians. In 1571, 50 years after ...