One Tagaytay Place Hotel Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews One Tagaytay Place Hotel Suites
Travel Blogs from Tagaytay
... fare and had a beautiful view of Taal Lake and the volcano in the distance. Claire remembered it was the 2 month anniversary of my arrival in Manila and the group bought me a cake! We left Tagaytay at 3:30 and got back to Manila about 6pm. Unfortunately we hit some traffic on the one lane road on the way to the highway. At this point I have been awake for almost 24hrs. We left for the trip right after work on Saturday ...
... pure entertainment but I learned a lot from it.
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... if Willie would be coming tonight and she told us that he was already outside on the patio. Sure enough, we peaked out the curtains and there he was, eating dinner. Why on earth did I all of a sudden get nervous? haha
Quickly we finished up our meals and made our way to the patio. We asked some of the staff if we would approach him and they told us he was conducting a meeting with some people (production staff and or business partners, I'm sure) ...
... to see Malcanang Palace (the residence of the President of the Philippines) and go out to Mall of America to begin the search for a wood carving of the Last Supper for my mother. 2 years ago, Mom bought me a carving here and now it's my turn to return the favor! If time allowed, we would also hit Kawit, the site where Philippine independence was declared and finally, end the day by meeting Angela in Makati for dinner. It may not sound like a lot, but ...
... bandage, the surgical tape, the band-aids and varying pills & capsules, and produced a very lean spool of sewing thread which I had completely forgotten about. In the spool were two short sewing needles, which she fished out rather dramatically, and with great severity, said, "THIS ONE. This one NOT ALLOWED!" Almost as an afterthought, she picked out the harmless little red scissors with the rounded, blunt ends and short 2-inch blade. "And this one also not ...