Las Palmas Hotel
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Stopped for dinner at our favourite schwarma restaurant, not far from the hotel. Chicken kebabs and hummous and fabulous fresh naan!!! Unfortunately, no pictures.
Highlight of Manilla was walking the boardwalk along Manilla Bay, watching the men fish, all ages exercising, venders and massage "therapists" offering their services. Also enjoyed the SunCruise tour of Island of Corrigidor- former stronghold of American and Japenese troops where MacArthur promised his return. Found a great Middle East restaurant …
Delayed for de-icing in Chicago, so I missed my flight in LAX to Tokyo by 1 hour. They told me the next flight was in 24 hours. There is always a way, so I asked them if I could take the flight to Shanghai, China just leaving two gates down. They said ok; get on the plane and they would take care of issuing ticket without me there. A bit of a gamble, but it ...
... quiet) cobblestone streets.
The old fort is surrounded by a golf course which is a pretty ridiculous site.
I walked around on my own for maybe two hours? Then walked back to the hostel, where I met my new dutch friend Jantine for dinner.
We went for Japanese, where I had noddles and vegetables (which has become a common meal for me in the Philippines)
Day 2 Jantine and I ...
After an eventful few days on Apo Island, we headed on to our next destination for the New Year celebrations. A place that has been voted one of the best beaches in the world and what did we get.... 5 days of pretty ****** weather... great! Unfortunately we couldn't fly directly to Caticlan (for Boracay) so we had to boom two flights and go via Cebu. On the final leg we did a loop around Boracay and we could see from the sky why it was one of the best beaches. ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.