Nikkei Garden Business Hotel

Address: Hernan Cortes Street, Mandaue, Cebu, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Hernan Cortes Street, Mandaue, is near Casa Gorordo Museum, Casino Filipino, Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary, and Calanggaman Island.
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Travel Blogs from Mandaue

Too many shops!

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on May 12, 2012

... After the 90 minute winding-road ride I again, felt quite sick. I was far too early to check in for my flight, so sat around in the sunshine watching the volcano, while the security guards took it in turns to come over and try to chat up the white girl. When checking in, I had to be weighed as well as my bag! We were going on a small propellor plane :s The plane to Cebu took off on time and only took an hour, floating over numerous small ...

Stressful Stay at San Remigio Pensionne Suites

A travel blog entry by 7tck7334 on Dec 18, 2011

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... an enthusiastic security guard. We parked the bike, tired, hot and exhausted from our ride. The front desk girl seemed a little annoyed that she had to stop chatting to a gentlemen worker, and i explained that i had booked however was unable to arrive as planned due to no ferries sailing, and TS Sendong. I had sent an email at my earliest opportunity. She looked a little unconfident and then called another front desk girl. She then ...

Inflatable

A travel blog entry by gadelle on Aug 16, 2011

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... objects in the store cost ¥300). Eda had chosen a duck; I had gone for the banana, because my most enduring nickname at work is Banana Man, which the kids started calling me because I often eat a banana for my snack, and short hair = boy, obviously!

Anyway, our idea had been to joust in the water astride our inflatable steeds, which didn't work out quite as well as we'd planned.

Eda: It's surprisingly difficult to mount an ...

Experiencing Cebu

A travel blog entry by gibbogirl on Feb 22, 2011

... s bag. I pushed her back, put a finger in her face, and said, "don't". We kept walking and nothing was stolen, but it's so sad that they've been taught to do that. So far we haven't liked Cebu much more than we liked Manila...we seem to encounter poverty, dilapidated buildings, and a general lack of concern. I find this very interesting because there are tons of churches, schools have quotes from ...

Major major times in Cebu

A travel blog entry by rachelkitty on Sep 02, 2010

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... took us from Cebu Cathedral, to Santo Nino, to Magellan’s Cross, and to the fort. Cebu City is the oldest city in the Philippines and the second oldest in Asia, so there’s plenty of history to soak up. Magellan’s Cross is the cross that the Portugese brought off the boat at Magellan Bay when they first arrived in Cebu, bringing European culture, Catholicism and occupation. Pottered around the fort walls with Coffee Crumble ice cream in one hand and camera in the ...