La Guardia Hotel

Address: Osmena Boulevard, Cebu City, Cebu, Visayas, 6000, Philippines | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Osmena Boulevard, Cebu City, is near Magellan's Cross, Fort San Pedro, Casa Gorordo Museum, and Casino Filipino.
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    Travel Blogs from Cebu City

    Cebu City

    A travel blog entry by karenfrances on Feb 20, 2015

    4 comments, 4 photos

    11:15 AM Oh boy. Alert alert We're in Terminal 4 of NAIA and we can see large smoke clouds coming from what looks like a really big fire. Not sure exactly where it's coming from. But it doesn't look good. Ok so we found out the fire originated from a residential area, specifically a slum. Hope everybody is ok. --- Did I tell you guys I don't have a hairdryer, and I'm always out of luck with trying to borrow one. --- 1:06 PM Ugh half hour delay. Wow they really crank ...

    The Philippines

    A travel blog entry by bella35766712 on Aug 16, 2014

    11 photos

    ... class seats. Our seats were nice and we had a screen built into the seat in front so we got to watch movies. They didn't have many kids movies so I watched a movie about penguins. After the movie was finished I read my book for the rest of the flight and dad either watched movies or slept. When we landed in the Philippines there was a huge line for immigration so we had to wait for 10 minutes before we reached the front of the line. After immigration, we ...

    Philippines: six weeks of local life

    A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Jul 31, 2014

    15 photos

    ... on stairs or on benches. And the streets are really dirty; often, the smell of open sewage is horrible and I've seen several street-dogs and cats inside-out, rotting away on the road. But, as in many Asian countries, the difference between the poor and the rich is huge. The rich drive big cars, wear branded clothes and eat in fancy restaurants. But I realized that, in contrast to other Asian countries, the poor and the rich may live in the same neighborhood. One moment you pass ...

    Found our grand kids in yet another exotic city

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Dec 09, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... We did eventually set out in the car to a local equivalent to Costco called S&R where we stocked up on supplies for the week, then a home furnishing store for some needed tools and some Christmas decorations. We are quickly adjusting to the region, probably simpler because of our middle-east and African experiences. It is somewhat friendlier and more comfortable here, partly because virtually everyone speaks English quite comfortably. We had another swim ...

    The First Hours of Typhoon Yolanda

    A travel blog entry by elsat on Nov 23, 2013

    13 comments

    ... of his ceiling appeared to be caving in. We immediately went downstairs and stationed ourselves on top of our dining room table, surrounded by our couches raised up on our coffee table with pillows to protect our heads.

    At that moment my thoughts slightly settled, in part because the situation didn't seem real at that point. It brought me back to my elementary days of tornado drills, stationed in the hallway of our school on a sunny day with a ...