Copa Suites Manila Hotel

Address: 264 EDSA Extension, Pasay, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1300, Philippines | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 264 EDSA Extension, Pasay, is near University of Santo Tomas, San Agustin Museum, Casa Manila, and San Sebastian Church.
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Philippines Comment

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jan 10, 2015

3 comments

Hard work to the end.

The most predictable thing about the Philippines was that we would not be allowed to leave easily. And so it is I'm sitting writing this in the worst airport lounge in the world (voted by a website that monitors all airports) with nothing to do while our flight is horrendously delayed because the computer systems are down and it's manual check-in only. We arrived at 4.45am, it's now 7.30am and only half the passengers on our flight, due to ...

En Route

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Feb 24, 2014

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... lots of announcements for certain people to go to particular areas. The passengers could take part if they wish, in a real emergency we would all have to go to our cabins, search and report if we found anything but also the crew would search cabins as well. We would all then go to muster stations whilst the crew continue with the search and if necessary deal with the package. As far as we know all went to plan, a debrief was held after so ...

One Ma'am in Manila

A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Nov 21, 2013

... when he asked me for my number halfway there! "It doesn't work in this country" works every time by the way...

Indeed, haggling for a boat over to the island was the fun part and having done my research, potentially costly. Interestingly, I managed to get them down to a third of the price for a return trip over the bumpy waters. I'd have liked cheaper (as usual) but from the four or five different boat offers around I don't think that would have been at all possible. That's ...

Back Out And About

A travel blog entry by bfust on Sep 01, 2013

20 photos

... dumber by the day.) Since the sign that says not to stand on the wall hadn't presented itself yet, I got some pictures of the ocean and faux sunset. I also got a picture of the giant rocks just on the other side of the wall, where it appears that many folks attempted to traverse with two sandals and returned with at least one bare foot. It also appeared that half of a chair from the All In The Family set had washed ashore as well.
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Philippines

A travel blog entry by rachellek on Jun 03, 2013

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... are everywhere in the Philippines - the drivers are very bike proud with all vehicles carrying a strong identity. A lot of them had religious names/ slogans all over them, with 'the lord is my saviour' and 'Mary and Joseph' as some examples. They're literally just a dirt bike with a steel carriage built around it, and you'd see up to 8 people packed into them- especially small kids after school. It was a strange sight seeing these little girls and boys in their ...