Pearl Lane Hotel

1700 M Orosa St, cnr Gen Malvar St, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Manila

Walking in circles

A travel blog entry by wizzi_woo

1

... just get on a flight. I left the mall. As I walked outside I saw a few different travel companies. I went in and asked if they knew where tourist information centre is. Her answer "The National Bookstore (in the mall)?!" Simple answer...there isn't one. There isn't one...?!? There isn't a tourist information centre in the capital of this country. I'm shocked. I explain my situation. She quotes me for a return flight to Palawan. I ask her to write down ...

Manila

A travel blog entry by steve874

10

... a fountain that squirted and moved water to music, not quite Dubai but impressive non the less :-) Had to resort to universal language for go away, to let the driver of one of the horse buggies know that we didn't want a ride, if you know what I mean. He followed us up the road and wouldn't take no for an answer, but he got the message eventually. Walked back and diced with death to cross back across the eight ...

Manila

A travel blog entry by burles

2

... a pretty tough time eating it. The noodles and chicken came separately from the broth, so I ate some broth and then had some noodles separately. Unfortunately, after eating quite a few noodles, I discovered that the chicken was raw (you're meant to mix the noodles and chicken when you buy the soup, and it cooks in the hot broth). Now I'm just waiting to see whether or not I get food poisoning. The next day, I was well enough to travel, so we continued ...

Coral in Coron...

A travel blog entry by twoelusive

5

... chance, more nemos - Kayangan Lake - you have to walk up and down to get it, much warmer to swim in and lots of really deep areas where you can see the ongoing limestone until suddenly everything just stops and becomes more and more blue!, the 'bat' cave to view from is rather funky too... Day Two: Hired boat for Reefs and Wrecks with people I met the day before (the day I got adopted by a Chinese group of people!) <3 - East Tungat Wreck - - Pass Island - ...

Dream Trip: Part 1

A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora

7

... were nearly mute. It was excruciating! I’d dreamt of visiting and meeting my family for so long, only to have silence surrounding me. Naturally, I wondered if they liked me. Filipinos can be extremely shy, especially around new people, and foreigners in particular. Even though I’m family, being American trumps it all. I was also operating on the principle that you should never address foreigners in English first, as that is typically seen as quite rude. I’d ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Malate area of Manila, is near Rizal Park, San Agustin Church, La Mesa Eco Park, and Paco Park.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent