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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the years, and even though most things have changed, some have been kept the same way my family left it. I was surprised to still see the leaf-patterned glass window upstairs, and I swear it's the simplest things that get me. I spent plenty of time by that window, either watching the rain or learning my multiplication table.
It was a bittersweet full circle as we finished our Philippines trip in the same house I was born and raised in, full of lovely memories from my childhood.
... congestion for the flights home, we walked to Mercury Drug Store (the Filipino version of Walgreens) to pick some up benadryl. We found that they don't sell it in prepackaged, foil-encased wraps inside colorful boxes. Here you go to the pharmacy counter, tell them the medicine you need, give them the dosage size in milligrams and how many pills you would like. Then the pharmacist counts them out, puts them in a little plastic ...
... the roof of the bus (the bus was pretty tall so this was no easy task). It's just crazy how many people and how much stuff can be packed into/onto a vehicle! The bus was supposed to leave at 9:00 AM, but we probably left at 10:00 since so much stuff had to be loaded. We sat on the roof, because there was no room inside the vehicle. I counted, and at one point, there were 26 of us sitting up there. We learned pretty quickly that you have to ...
... the flight over from the United States to Tokyo I noticed a octopus suckers in my salad.....arghh....
We talked for quite a while before Rey and Cynthia Evasco drove us back to the hotel. In the Macaraeg family there were four representatives at the meal. Delores Macaraeg is the mother of three daughters here plus the pastor of Mindanao, Ed Macaraeg. The sisters are Grace Remo, Rowena and Decima. The Lorenzo's and Malendez's came by came by later. We had ...
... five years ago. Among those are old bottles, coins, and a whole lot more. The reconstruction plan is also exhibited. This section of the walls was destroyed by the Americans during the Second World War to have better access to the Pasig River.
In 2008, a team from the National Museum started excavating the site formerly occupied by the squatters and was able to uncover its original base. Because of this, they were ...