View Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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Hello my beautiful people, Fudge has taken me away to Tagaytay town for the week end. Its a little place higher up on the "mountain" so its a little cooler which is very nice. We had a relaxing Saturday and visited a park with a Ferrice Wheel. It was a little ...
... by here going back to Manila just to avoid
the terrible traffic in Sta. Rosa area.
Ming's Garden is known for fresh and beautiful flowers being sold for a very
affordable price. I really don't have any idea what the prices of their
flowers are because it was only my mom and my sis-in-law who love buying plants
and flowers here but they say it's pretty reasonable compared in Manila. As for me, I ...
... climbing the stairs to the second floor and making our way to the restaurant.
We were the first guests for the evening, and it was a bit awkward at first. The wait staff was VERY attentive since no one was there and for a short amount of time, there were about 3 people staring at us waiting for us to make or order. Long story short, I enjoyed a green mango shake, a chicken cordon bleu for dinner. It went down really well. During dinner, my cousin asked ...
I don't even know where to begin.. I honestly hate being behind on these blogs but it has been a crazy few days driving around, site seeing and meeting people for dinner, etc that I haven't had time to really sit down and bang out an entertaining blog. I don't even know if I have time to write right now, but here I sit... typing away. :)
So let's take a trip back to Thursday. (Let's see if I can actually remember it too.) The plan for the day was to ...
... at all surprised when I was jabbered at sternly in Tagalog. Security staff in capital/large city airports aren't usually very nice, I've learned. I said I didn't understand Tagalog, and the security officer rattled off more words at me, very irritatedly, as if I was being obstinate and refusing to be "their" language. I truly was on the verge of suggesting respectfully to her that, if you speak Tagalog to someone in an airport and said person tells you in English ...