Grand Seasons Hotel

Canal Road, Subic, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Subic

All I Wanted Was A Monkey

A travel blog entry by bfust

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... wife from an empty cabana on the bay at nighttime, the only light that hits your face is from the phone and it makes you look like you were summoned there by the witch of Endor.

  • 7 hours in a bus is a long time over a couple of days. However, you can listen to a lot of audio teaching on the Book of Matthew in that amount of time and that is indeed sweet.
  • The people of the Philippines continue to be just awesome.

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    Teenage Spirit

    A travel blog entry by taralets

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    ... fellow travelers, so we asked Janelle to tell where she traveled and to rate those destinations by 1-10. (For example, which was the 'Best value for money' and 'most enjoying' destination.

    So she responded, and the results are in!

    Off the beaten path

    Proving that even the most visited places have hidden gems. ...

    Kamana Sanctuary Resort

    A travel blog entry by annaberry

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    Behind every girls strong personality is the guy who made them strong. I really dont know now the feeling of being loved by a partner or boy friend all that i know is that in life you have only two decisions to make when loving someone. it's either you choose the right one or the wrong one. kenneth is not really a boyfriend of mine but he is my ...

    I have an awful lot of nothing to get done today

    A travel blog entry by 1stclasscamping

    ... Sunday for desert. I’m thinking that I might be the only person to gain weight while volunteering in a third world country! Actually I’m not gaining. As always, my weight is steady as a rock.

    On the drive home, it started to rain pretty bad. It’s the rainy season here, so that’s bound to happen. ...

    Amazed by Acuzar's Awesome Houses

    A travel blog entry by arnobs66

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    ... br> Going over the brochures given to us, I also found out that the heritages houses are up for rental to those who want to spend some time at the resort. The rates, however, were quite prohibitive, ranging from Php18,000 to Php45,000 per night, inclusive of the resort’s amenities, if I’m not mistaken. The resort, however, has a hotel named Paseo de Escolta, offering much lower prices than the guest houses, ranging ...

    Location

    This hotel, located on Canal Road, Subic, is near Pagsanjan (Magdapio) Falls and Bolinao Beach.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Seasons Hotel Subic

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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