How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel Kimberly
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay
Travel Blogs from Tagaytay
... in Tagaytay were rather amazing. We had chosen Tagaytay for its description as offering up endless views overlooking Lake Taal towards Taal volcano. We passed a Starbucks, which even if I think ruin the authenticity of so many places, was possibly the nicest looking ever with (obviously) one of the prime locations looking into the vast lake below. Our bus was taking us further round from here though, and on exiting were greeted by some very eager tricycle drivers ...
For only 800 pesos ($20CAD), the hotel room in Manila was clean and did it's job. However, when I was watching the news on the 12" tv a visitor showed up. Yep, a cockroach the size of two twoonies came crawling on the wall beside the tv. I guess it's a normal thing here, but I haven't seen too many here in the Philippines.
We take off to Taal volcano at 8am, which supposed to be a two hour drive. Traffic in Manila and Quezon ...
... Leaked everywhere, was amazing. The bar is set. Good beer, good fries, salt vinegar, ketchup and bbq sauce all available, classy choice of restaurants, good service. Odd bun, not wide enough for burger China - 6/10 - Only place doing burgers, Thai place just past security Frozen but nice burger, reminded me of my childhood. Smallish bun, ketchup and mayo but no other condiments available, no bacon or cheese. Good and plentiful chips however. Service ...
... I mean, my Mom's favorite FIlipino variety show host, singer, and whatever else this guy does, restaurant: Will's Bar, owned by Willie Revillame. I don't care for his show ("WowWowWillie"), but Mom wants me to go. The last time Ate Baby went, Willie actually showed up and she got a picture with him. Keeping our fingers crossed that I can meet, greet, and snap a shot with him so my Mom's dream can come true through me! :)
... forumla to NOT feel dizzy, light headed or nauseous... perhaps its just drugs. In any event, I definitely didn't enjoy the ferry ride to the island very much. I managed to make my way to the top and take some pictures of Manila Bay, but I was pretty miserable on that boat.
So what the heck is Corregidor Island, you ask? Simply put, it was the last place the Allies controlled in the Philippines before the Japanese completely took over during ...