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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuest Cebu Cebu City
great experience..should be a 4 star hotel! Ive stayed here before consistently a good stay near transportation and major mall.
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... youngest. Her and her younger sister are single, all the rest are married. She has a niece who is older than her and has four children. She is a waitress who works in a restaurant. I ask her if she likes the work. She smiles but doesn't answer me. Jimmy suggests we go back to the Irish club where it is quieter. We wander around and sit down at the pub where a Filipina is singing along to the three piece band. It's a Whitney Houston song and she is reading the lyrics ...
... fact, one senses a stronger Spanish influence than American. (All for Juan, and Juan for all). It was also much poorer than we expected. Maybe it is the corruption within the government. Maybe it is the effect of the Catholic church. (it is almost impossible to find or purchase a tampon here - it is frowned upon if a woman puts anything foreign into her body). Birth control is almost non-existent and the poorer folk have way too many babies. We were amazed ...
... the ocean side and found the port and Fort St.Pedro. Fort St.Pedro was built for the first time in the early 18oo's by the Spanish Conquistador’s 11 short days after they made their mark on this area. It has been broken and re-built several times within it’s history and was used as government offices during the ...
... a walk. Right next to our hotel was the Cebu Golf & County Club which we visited to find out what the likelihood of Riley being able to play the private course. After getting all the prices of green fees, club rentals, etc. we sat down on the patio of the restaurant for a bite to eat. We were just about to order when a staff member of the club came by and asked Rochelle if she had another pair of shoes as "flip flops" were not allowed. So ...
... that the first two were left empty because the Local taxi drivers are just incompetent and do not know the places
Luckily the hotel is not bad, close to the beach, large room with air conditioning, TV, fridge and large bathroom with hot water and costs 2,500 pesos that is 42 euros per night while I spent 25 on the internet but I do not think I will stop after the first three nights because it is too expensive unless I have ...