Makati Palace Hotel
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... and found San Agustin Church. There was a wedding going on in there. I then went in San Agustin Church Museum. It was huge but, honestly, wasn't really my thing. However the gardens on the grounds were beautiful. I left and got the Jeepney back. By this time it was 5pm. Traffic was mad. The Jeepneys were really crowded. It was hot, sweaty and very crammed but quite enjoyable. Again it reminded me of Egypt in the crammed, hot minibuses but this was better. No men ...
... Wow, many things coming up... Well I guess I can consider these days the last days of my life then... :) Today, after arriving in so late last night, we slept in and then had a spectacularly lazy day where we barely left the bed. Just sat around watching some tv, reading books and iPading. Later in the evening we went over to see Auntie Ev et al as she had cooked us up a storm ...
... We will treat your clothes like ours" but was beginning to wonder if the guidance system in my head was failing. It was. I asked for the Alejandro hotel and was told that I was way off track. This same type of thing happened to me when I was in Pretoria, South Africa where I went strolling and got "lost." Well, with a few questions I got back to the hotel and really appreciated getting some exercise and enjoying the sights.
I was greeting by Roy ...
... the Islands. It was only when the Japanese were finally defeated that the Philippines was recognized as an independent state. As a result there is much diversity in the country and the language, Tagalog. It is fascinating to hear it spoken because you can hear the mixture of Asian and Spanish dialect. This diversity also extends to the religions of the country. While the north island of Luzon (where we were) is predominantly Christian due to the ...
... how to get home by herself anyway.
We got home, no mom. Fourth thought: she went to the market and visited her friends (maybe).
In the meantime, the cleaning crew arrived and we all got busy. 2 1/2 hours later with the cleaning almost done, still no mom. Fifth thought: now something is utterly wrong. I quickly sent Ju to the mall to report the incident to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMakati Palace Hotel
This hotel was a bit of an improvement over Tune Hotel. The room is a bit larger. But, at more than 4x the price, I was left wondering what the appeal happened to be. One thing the hotel did have is a nice hot shower. Aside from that, the service and food was just bad. If you are in Makati, stay at the Tune hotel instead. A little smaller but much better value!
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