Oval Era Hotel

Address: Victoria Park, Zone 5, Bangued, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Victoria Park, Zone 5, Bangued.
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      Travel Blogs from Bangued

      Touchdown in Ilocos

      A travel blog entry by eiisus on Jan 15, 2015

      ... I think XD). Of course, we looked for the their famous empanada. We also tried their okoy (with so many shrimps) and Vigan longganisa (the garlicky longganissa). Yum!!! Tastebuds satisfied!

      After filling our tummies with delicious foods, we walk in the streets of Calle Crisologo (featuring houses from the Spanish colonization era (yeah, it's that old)). I can't feel the oldness of the street because it is bustling with people and there's too much souvenir shop). I want ...

      Luck

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jan 02, 2015

      2 comments

      I've never traveled in a country so dependent on luck. Sure, you can plan, and heaven knows we didn't, but even planning in this country is still dependent on luck. Imagine living here. Imagine having your whole life dependent on luck. Maybe that helps explain the 98% Catholicism. And the depth of that 98% belief.

      I'm not sure what news you are getting about the Philippines back home. I know you're getting some because of the message Max/Jon sent (happy ...

      I Love Wigan

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 30, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... then came the tree. A huge oak-like mother spread uninvitingly across the road by some terrible workmanship. This was no accident, the already chopped up chunks attesting to a deliberate act of surgery gone wrong. We were stuck for over an hour while hapless traffic cops stood around not knowing how to let the situation get further beyond control. It could have been worse. We could have been in the jeepney the tree was felled on, smashing straight through the roof. Miraculously, for us, ...

      AirAsia Down

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Dec 30, 2014

      1 comment

      Knowing the destinations involved doesn't make the story any more tragic but it certainly makes it more pertinent. Three months ago we'd never heard of Surabaya. Now we associate it with the airport nearest the spectacular Mount Bromo. It's hard not to believe the English and French on that plane had not been to Bromo. Whatever, ...

      Horse and cart fun

      A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Mar 15, 2013

      2 photos

      After breakfast in Macy's American diner, Tom got a £1 haircut from a lady boy. Took the Partas bus down to Vigan, a historic city with crumbling Spanish/Chinese architecture and cobbled streets. Took a horse and cart ride around the sights, including pottery and old bell tower with great view. Stayed at Vigan Hotel, Vigan [T&J Rating: ...