Discovery Country Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Discovery Country Suites Tagaytay
Travel Blogs from Tagaytay
As we drove to Tagaytay we passed by pineapple crops and dozens of woodworking shops. I saw some beautiful pieces of furniture and carvings through the car window. We enjoyed a nice breakfast and then needed to find a boat owner to take us across Taal Lake to the volcano. We had to drive almost a half hour down to the base of a mountain via a very winding, sometime dangerous road down to the Taal Lake. Once ...
... up Ate Neneng, I had to say goodbye to my Nanay Joving since I wouldn't be seeing her on my last day. She kept saying how she was sad and how she would miss me. Because of the dementia , its had to tell whether she is REALLY feeling that way and knows whats happening, or if she is just pretending to. Either way, my heart hurts a little at saying good bye to her. Ate Neneng said that after I left, she probably forgot about all of that... her short term ...
... with hundreds of street stalls blocking all walkways and risking life and limb
to cross any roads it gets really exciting. The security guards at the station check all the backpacks and the whistles from the platform guards are quite deafening. The locals were looking at us as we did stand out and I think they thought we were nuts!! So do I.
Well we ate at a chinese cafe, avoided all the other street stalls and managed to find our way back to the ...
... of the tricycle, I could glimpse out to the Taal volcano island as we were actually on the ridge of the larger crater. Truly scenic!
Modes of Transport to Volcano Island
Wasting no time, I arranged for Michael (my tricycle driver) to meet me at 230 pm in the lobby for the afternoon's volcanic excursion. It took another hour snaking down the winding road to the lake. The boat ride to the island was slow enough for me to enjoy the scenic views of the ...
... ses bah-gage") said over and over. Rob and I gave each other puzzled looks, because we had placed our bags on the HUGE analog scale - it was so oversized and so antiquated that it seemed more appropriate at a fair, for some kitschy, money-squandering game which involves a giant silly hammer - and our bags together weighed in around 23kg. We had purchased an additional 5kg for Rob's bag, which meant that our combined allowance would be 25kg, as we expected. The ...