Philippine Village Hotel

Nayong Pilipino Park, Pasay, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1301, Philippines | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Manila

Philippines- Discovering one's heritage

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey

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... it was a private tour. Our itinerary: Small lagoon-Using kayaks and swimming, this area was tranquil. The salt water had no movement and the skyscraper rock formations looked like castles. Big lagoon-Similar to Small lagoon, just in a larger form. Not as many crevices to explore, but the water was a nice turquoise blue. Secret lagoon-Some of the best pictures I took were from this location. There was a line to get into the small hole in the rocks to get into Secret lagoon. ...

On Our Last Leg

A travel blog entry by davemyers

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... about ready to drop! Unfortunately, I no doubt unintentionally offended the porter who brought our two suitcases up to the room. After he carefully deposited our bags into the room, I reached in my wallet and gave him one of the new bills - a 20 peso note. It was not until the next day that I realized I tipped him a equivalent of a whopping USD forty five cents! Oops! I'll get this money thing better as we get acclimated to everything ...

Sightseeing in Manila

A travel blog entry by stu900

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... warriors fought against hundreds of Spanish. The Filipinos were defeated, many were captured and imprisoned. When the Spanish General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi arrived, TheFilipinos were converted to Roman Catholicism and this marked the beginning of the Spanish Regime which lasted for several hundred years.

From here I took a pedal trike down Roxas Boulevard towards The American Embassy and Rizal Park. This was the ...

Manila, the Philippines

A travel blog entry by peteranderica

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... and dancing. Our first view of Manila was of skyscrapers but our tour was concerned with the older part of the city within the old city walls. Our first call was at St Augustin Church, a UNESCO world heritage site. It was a lovely building, ornate and rich, but full of icons and statues, which are not to our taste. However, it was well worth the visit. It was the only church in Manila to have survived the battle for the Philippines during the second world war. We ...

Emerson Service Award Night

A travel blog entry by rjdemp

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... That’s not to say there will be a straight path to success. On everyone’s path there are challenges to navigate and ***********s to learn. Although it may sometimes be difficult, the skills and wisdom gained in the process are necessary in order to build a solid foundation for future success. Congratulations to all our Service Awardees. You’re on the right ...

Location

This hotel, located on Nayong Pilipino Park, Pasay, Manila, is near Intramuros, Fort Santiago, and Father Blanco's Garden.
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