One Tagaytay Place Hotel Suites
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... just wanted to take a shower at this point! When we made it back to the shore, we quickly got on the boat and made our way back to Talisay where we had a lunch of pancit, BBQ pork and rice waiting for us - all was delicious! It was only 11:30 and I was BEAT!
Tony took us back up the mountain on the same narrow and windy road... it was even scarier going up the mountain as it was going down. We arrived safely back to the Lake ...
Nice to get out of Manila. I took a bus about 2 hours south to visit Taal Volcano. Most of the buses have free Wi-Fi and are comfortable with aircon. I booked a hotel from a local travel agent in Manila. I need to get off the bus in Talisay City and find a jeepney to my hotel. Thank goodness for mobile maps I was able to find the Center City Market easily. Here you can find jeepneys going to all areas ...
... craving a thick Red Robin burger now though... thankfully, I already have plans to hit it up on Saturday when I get home :)
Marnie had suggested to her parents that they take me to a Starbucks that has a view of the lake and the volcano while in Tagaytay since most of the hotels/resorts now only allow guests take in the view from their respective spots. We located the Starbucks and it, indeed, had a pretty spectacular view of the lake and ...
... saying just for you, Ver!) I especially liked when they started playing some old school music including INJO's "Let me love you down" - talk about throw back!
After walking the village and up the bell tower, it was time to leave Taal and head to Calamba City where we would see the home of Jose Rizal. I fell asleep on the ride there, so I wish I could tell you some interesting stuff, but alas, I've got nothing for you. Oh, I ...
... to Manila with no problems. My strategy was to take a nap, fall asleep and just wake up in Manila. I closed my eyes because in all honesty, I WAS tired. Remember, I woke up at 3am again and was pretty tired. The waters began to get a bit to choppy for my liking and I felt the ship go up and down, up and down. I tried desperately to block all of the movement out of my mind - saying Hail Mary's and praying to God that I would not get sick. I knew it was ...