Las Palmas Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Palmas Hotel Manila
Front desk service somewhat indifferent. Internet access over $6 an hour. Internet Cafe nearby $2/hour. Although it is quite central, would not stay there again.
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... other hand the ship is not allowed any internet while we are four hours from arriving or leaving Japan.
There is a volcano called Mt Sakurajima which is one of Japan's most active volcano. It is 3500 feet above the city and bay.
Today we have opted to not have a tour and go on our own. We have breakfast and head for the information center. We await our shuttle bus and find free wifi here that is extremely fast.
Our shuttle bus takes us to ...
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... it back to the train without further incident, and went back to find a hotel which we might stay in to finally get some rest. We found that Wanderers guesthouse had a private room with air-con, a balcony and a bright green paint job. So we picked up our bags, checked in, then went back to Robinson's for some pizza from the deli counter.
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