Midas Hotel and Casino
Travel Blogs from Pasay
... back to the table, but I didn't want to set the way back machine to 3 days ago and revisit problems that my stomach and I have sought counseling for and worked out.
I was very tired by the time I got back to the hotel. I hadn't actually been up that long but decided that if my body was claiming to be tired and I had the opportunity to sleep, it made sense to do so. Here's hoping for a solid sleep and feeling tip top tomorrow.
... under the constant and grueling fire of the enemy for more than three months. Besieged on land and blockaded by sea, cut off from all sources of help in the Philippines and in America, the intrepid fighters have done all that human endurance could bear.
... house and could see LOTS of people between the cracks, and tables dressed in white linen and chairs covered with linens and pink and purple covers! When I walked through, they all screamed "SURPRISE!" Woah. As they began to sing "Happy Birthday" I looked around and saw familiar faces and new faces alike, including my future sister in law, Angela! As I went around greeting and kissing each family member, I was overwhelmed with emotion and ...
... knotted ropes but the walls were so high I doubted I would succeed. On my map, Tagaytay street - the north perimeter of the cemetery fronts a neighbourhood and a secondary road entry, so I ventured further but was informed by a local that the secondary gate sometimes open at 5 pm.
A Secret World
It was 1 pm. Hot, frustrated and hungry. Seeing that the entire length of the Tagaytay street perimeter is fronted with shops, I thought the shops could be ...
- An Emerson Network Power night shift competition with a movie theme. Featuring a giant Trojan horse, an excellent portrayal of Alice in Wonderland’s tea party, Joker dressed as The Joker, and some risqué dancing on desktops with mocktails. “So Jane, is this what you do at work?”
-Oriental foot massage at The Spa
-Resorts World Manila for ...