Iloilo Midtown Hotel

Address: Yulo St., Iloilo City, Panay, Visayas, 5000, Philippines | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Yulo St., Iloilo City.
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      Travel Blogs from Iloilo City

      The City of Iloilo

      A travel blog entry by jonandre.chu on Oct 03, 2014

      Iloilo City is a city located in the province of Iloilo, and this is also the capital of Iloilo. Since I live near Iloilo City, I know a lot about the city, the city is highly urbanized, like Metro Manila. Iloilo City is located in the southern part of Panay Island. Foods like Pansit Molo and La Paz Batchoy originated from Iloilo, Pansit Molo came from the district of Molo, and La Paz Batchoy came from the district of La Paz. The Lechon ...

      Piso Fare

      A travel blog entry by analeb2014 on Sep 27, 2014

      59 photos

      ... clicked the "TO" to Iloilo. I've never been to Western Visayas, this is my chance to explore this part of the Philippines. I looked at the total cost, it was P2,213.28 - round trip for the 2 of us. Wow, very cheap! I just couldn't pass this. Still, couldn't decide thinking travelling alone with a 4-year old makulit, malikot...oh man! Not easy. But I really wanna go. Ah bahala na lang oy. ...

      Stopover

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 17, 2014

      ... catch. We arrived quite late at night and couldn't find a cheap hotel so we spent a bit more for this one but at least it is a nice room.

      The town itself really doesn't have much to talk about, other than the port. It is lively but quite messy, like many town in the ...

      Not Goodbye But See You Later

      A travel blog entry by wanderlust_ed on Apr 21, 2014

      7 comments, 1 photo

      ... I was touched to learn that more people wanted the opportunity to spend one last moment with me.

      Good food and good company - it seldom ever gets better than that.

      When we got home, Boyz's children shared with me their goodbye presents. His eldest daughter sang me a song. His youngest son, who is a very talented artist, drew me a picture. His middle daughter was meant to sing with her sister, but at the last minute shied away. ...

      An Opportunity to Give Back

      A travel blog entry by wanderlust_ed on Apr 08, 2014

      7 comments, 3 photos

      One of the most valuable things I learned from my beloved hula teacher when I was younger was the Hawaiian value of Kuleana, which means Responsibility. Native Hawaiians have a kuleana to pass on the dying Hawaiian tradition to each succeeding generation.

      Pops, as he was known and regarded by all, reinforced this value when he taught us hula. His kuleana was to pass on to his students what was passed on to him. ...