Marco Polo Plaza
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarco Polo Plaza Cebu City
!!! But room service food sucks!
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... turned out
many professionals. Majority of the people depend on the sea for
livelihood – fishermen who continually explore the vast Palawan and
China seas in search for rich fishing grounds. The method of fishing
used is the destructive muro-ami technique.
Before, there were four wholesale enterprises, one superstore and few
sari-sari stores. An improvised market ...
... me as she fell asleep, crushing me with all her upper body weight (which was a lot). On my left was her daughter, nodding off as well, her wobbling head almost banging into mine. Thank goodness we stopped halfway and I was released from their evil clutches. --- Oh look, an SM department store! A nice stop before heading to hotel. Such a big mall. Josh got a little giddy as the ladies checked him out, ...
... staying in the ward because there other infections around and there no specific ward for same field/problems so again I have to transfer to other room (isolation room) with the bathroom it was nice and clean even I have my own AC so nice and cold! It more expensive, I am so grateful for the insurance covers also I felt bad too; I took thing for a granted, many people who lives below the lines certain cannot afford this. Eventually I stuck there for 3days and 2 nights. The ...
... and FORT SAN PEDRO the smallest Fort in the country.
Since it’s almost noon, i decided to go back to hotel to take some rest in preparation for afternoon adventure. (crossed Mc Cuenca avenue and walked until the end of Osmena Boulevard where Metro Gaisano is located- Hotel is just a few steps away)
In the afternoon, send myself to Crown Regency Hotel for some adventure.
... we were confronted with the National Highway, filled with people walking in all directions instead of the usual bustling vehicles. Power lines and poles lay across the road, intertwined with debris and trees. It was an unbelievable scene, the road and surrounding buildings were more foreign than familiar.
The first four hours were terrifying, a roller coaster like adrenaline rush, but the following hours opened our eyes to a world filled ...