City Garden Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Garden Suites Manila
Very well located for the Greenbelt shopping area - within walking distance. Good apartment standard.
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... a population of 20,000. It is lovely and is known as the birthplace of Japanese ceramics but unfortunately it is raining and also sunday. Most of the shops are closed.
Our first stop was Arita porcelain kiln factory. It is the home of magnificent Japanese ceramics We were to have a tour to see how they are produced but it is also closed. It continues a 400 year old tradition. The display room has beautiful stuff but very expensive. The next factory was ...
... had freshly prepared mouth-watering meals throughout our time there; went island hopping in our private boat; swam and snorkeled for as long as we wanted to; had lunch at helicopter island then finally stopped over to check out El Nido. Our timing of arrival at El Nido was perfect. The ladies had just started a street parade in celebration of International Women's Day. Ladies of all ages from each district were dressed in their themed, colourful outfits happily ...
... see your passport?", at which point I realized the girl at the first hotel never gave it back to me. Now usually I am super vigilant when it comes to my passport but I guess extreme tiredness got the best of me. So now I was down to 2000 pesos and no passport and it was night #1. Perfect! Well luckily the guy who accompanied me to the second hotel went back to retrieve my passport so I had that before I went to sleep for the night.
I got up the ...
... All of you, Father Steven, Father Hector, Father Martin, Marco, Father Manny, the two Alex's, Giovanni, Khan, Leo and Neil and anyone else I may have forgotten, you were more than amazing hosts, but are true mascots of the true ministry of vocation and sacrifice. Thank you. Manila is a city in conflict. While she exhibits her devotion to Catholicism, and in particular, Mary, with statues and Churches scattered anywhere a crowd of people may wander, (including the inside of ...
... dirty and dotted with hawkers, beggars and homeless people. We peered over the wall where people were swimming, a sight to behold. We have travelled in India and seen filth in the sea, this was up there in comparison and some locals were enjoying the experience. Some of the squaller of this city invokes thoughts of India, I do think though Mumbai was cleaner. We traversed the Bay Walk, passing the US Embassy in all it's armoured glory. ...