One Tagaytay Place Hotel Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... she had a hotel there and was planning in going to the volcano that day. She said I could join her but then we lost contact. I jumped on the bus anyway because one of the guys from the hostel said it was worth going to.
I headed to the bus station he told me to go to but it wasn't going to Taal volcano. It goes to a town near there. I then had to get a tricycle followed by jeepney to get to the town where the volcano. I went to an Internet cafe to try ...
... enough for
us. Actually, we had to take home the soup and few veggies because we
weren't able to finish everything. The meat was tender. The veggies
weren't overcooked and the soup wasn't salty. It was really delicious and
every one of us was happy with it.
The Suman with Bucayo was my favorite. I don't eat "kakanin"
that much because when it comes to desserts, I always like pie or ice ...
... could take a while and there was a chance we could work up an apetite in the process.
I want to make it very clear, this was not on MY itinerary of places I wanted to see/eat at on my Philippine vacation. My Mom loves Willie Revillame - like, LOVES him - and insisted that my cousin take me there to eat. Willie can do no wrong in my mother's eyes! Last year, Ate Baby had dinner there and Willie was actually there and she got to meet and snap a picture ...
... very beautiful, peaceful place. We walked around the grounds of the chapel, snapping some pictures before leaving.
Edsa Shrine was next on our list of places to visit. Edsa Shrine has a huge statue of Mama Mary right a top it and is home to another church. Our visit to Edsa was a quick one because they were getting ready for mass, but it was another beautiful church!
It was late and we hadn't yet had lunch so we walked across the street to ...
... and then told me to move along. So much for the FAA 4-inch blade guidelines. So much for security, for that matter. I had a lethal stabbing device getting away scot-free in my bag, snug beside The Hobbit and a half-melted Snickers bar. Thus concluded our trip to the Philippines. I'm certainly disappointed to be leaving with the conclusion that we never intend to return, since we both wanted so, so, badly to love this country and its people. From the start, we made it ...