Palladium Suites

Address: 6 Don Julio Llorente St., Cebu, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6 Don Julio Llorente St., Cebu, is near Magellan's Cross, Casa Gorordo Museum, Casino Filipino, and Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary.
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      Travel Blogs from Cebu

      Swimming with Gentle Giants

      A travel blog entry by benandjeanann on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... mins out on the boat and the enormous friendly giants were visible. Words escape me when I try to explain the experience we had, but swimming around with 8-10 huge (10meter) sharks is something we will both never forget. After 30 minutes we were done but the high stayed with us for the whole day.

      Oslob didn't have much else to offer so it was straight back on the Ceres bus to the Cebu port of Lilo An and jumped on a ferry to the neighboring Island of Negros.


      Treehouse of Wonder and Wildlife

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Apr 22, 2013

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      ... more pool related relaxing and more good food and it was time to move on. A really wonderful stay on Cabilao Island and recharge of the batteries, that did feel a little more like a luxury holiday than travelling, before we hit our next intended destination which we knew was going to be out of this world but we didn't quite fathom how simply breathtaking and magical it was going to with baited breath you must wait and until the next installment...

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      Cebu City

      A travel blog entry by steve_linda on Feb 03, 2012

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      Jumping on the bus , taking about 4 hours ,with lots of small villages and great scenery. It looked as we were heading further and further from civilization as the bus went on!Perfect!

      The last stop is 'Mayan' pier, and from there we have to get a boat over to Malapascua, which is where we are now, waiting with about another 20 people, mostly locals , whilst loads of building materials are being loaded on too!!


      Snorkelling with whale sharks & Sumilon Island

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Jan 19, 2012

      ... to leave. The staff had told me which area was best, but I couldn’t believe just how many varieties of fish were around in relatively shallow water!

      I saw shoals and shoals of fish moving around, with a huge ‘island’ of coral lying in the water. It was so, so pretty, with so many fish going about their business in and out of the plants and rocks. I really didn’t want to leave this place, because it was such a privilege ...

      A Traveler's Diary.

      A travel blog entry by foreigngossip on Aug 22, 2011

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      ... that brisk brush with death (just kidding) we moved along to some caves followed by a pit stop at the oldest church in the Philippines. It's name along with any other details beyond "it was built by Spanish settlers in the 16th century has now escaped me, I apologized. We rounded up our sight seeing excursion at the Panglao beach. Naturally, as soon as we put on our swimsuits the clouds swarmed above and it began to rain. Every time I want to go to ...