Oracle Hotel & Residences

Address: 317 Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1108, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 317 Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City, is near Intramuros, Fort Santiago, Robinsons Place Mall, and University of the Philippines.
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          Indian Beauty Secrets

          A travel blog entry by ionatrujillo on Jun 05, 2014

          ... eyes, go for a light-color lip shade. No matter how appealing you are, a bad odor from your hair is strong enough to make you feel embarrassed. Black and dark brown hair can become black and brown with burgundy wine highlights when colored with henna. Whenever you wash your hair, light one of the cones while your hair is still damp and let them soak the smell of the cone. Brown and dark brown hair can get beautiful deep auburn and wine colored highlights and ...

          Horrible experience

          A travel blog entry by singlevhe on Sep 18, 2013

          i am a traveller and well versed in planning my vacation, but last sept. 14-17,2013, it is my first time to travel with my entire family. we planned to celebrate her 60th birthday at boracay. since its the first that the entire family will travel,.all were planned ahead, we booked our ticket as early as april 2013, and the resort ORCHIDS RESORT were booked since june or july 2013. we dont want ...

          Until we meet again...

          A travel blog entry by ashanddusty on Jul 08, 2013

          106 photos

          ... to be in traffic for at least 3 hours. No word of a lie. Picture over 100 million people in 1 City... That about sums up their traffic jams. We will never complain about rush hour back home again.

          Although we didn't see much of the Philippines what we were lucky enough to see, we loved. We will definitely make our way back here one day. We felt rejuvenated after our time here and were ready to take on the world again.

          Life is good!


          Chainsaw Massacre in Manila

          A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Jun 29, 2013

          3 comments, 2 photos

          ... bath. (I hate myself a bit for that sort of behaviour, but this is an honest blog.)

          We also saw a couple of movies, one of which was Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2013. I'm not trying to come across as some sort of 'horror buff', because I'm certainly not, but it was a bit of a yawn-fest. All the gags were the same. In the director's defence, a title like 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' doesn't give you oodles of wriggle-room, and there are ...

          An Experience I will Never Forget

          A travel blog entry by monhenderson on Jun 19, 2013

          5 comments, 1 photo

          ... day was not something I could live with myself for. Ma'am Mercy was still not allowed to visit, so I offered to go. 8am at 6am I was in the taxi, en route to a place nightmares are made of. I arrived on 8am only to be advised that they changed 'Family day' to the following week. Back in Sydney, this sort of thing would have driven me wild, but people here are so much more accepting of change, delays and cancellations. While I still find it ...