Rothman Hotel

1633 M. Adriatico Str., Malate, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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Manila, Philippines: Part Two

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... Market in Beijing. The prices were not too bad. I got the sarong. I had no idea how one wear one.

Late, I ate pizza at a placed called Yellow Cab. I put so much hot sauce on my pizza. So happy to have pizza.

I returned to the mall. Then, I took a cab back to Stephanie's house.

The cab driver asked where I was from. When I told him that I was American, he said, "You not White. You don't look like Obama."

I was laughing so hard.

Flying first class to...

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike


... things on the other side of security were not all that different. Thankfully, within no time we were walking on the tarmac towards our plane. To be honest, once on the tarmac it is pretty much a free for all as to which plane you get on. Hopefully there is at least one person on the way to point you in the right direction. After a short one hour flight, we landed in Puerto Princesa. The hotel had sent someone to pick us up so we were on our way within a few minutes. ...

Welcome to Philippines.

A travel blog entry by gch04912


... to reserve two hotels in Manila and Boracay. I reserved for 5 days in Manila by spending 110,890, and for 3 days in Boracay by spending 90,000. Totally, I spend 717,890 wons. On time, i go to the airport, and go to the Philippines. When i arrived there, it is about 11:30. Then going to the hotel. Check in and release all my stuffs in my room. Eat lunch in the hotel and take a rest. Then 1 o'clock. I go to the Mall Of ...

Manila Day 1

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


... we're here to see, and it also look pretty **** from outside. Yesterdays bar has more going on. There is however a genuine wedding kicking off inside which makes it much cooler, but entirely inaccessible for tourist peeps like ourselves. We are allowed to see it from the side if we pay the museum entrance fee of tuppence each. The museum itself is pretty awesome and we're allowed to snappedy-snap most things, just not the expensive and old stuff. I don't have a flash cam, so I ...


A travel blog entry by new_lands


... are manic and I love all the lights on the way, there are stalls set up with decorations and because it's a Catholic country there's plenty of Christmas displays and Nativity Scenes and lights which is completely different from other countries I've visited recently. On arrival we all ordered food and got acquainted over a couple of beers before going to watch the Christmas display with it's music and people dancing, and the whole place is lit up from the sky ...

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This hotel, located on 1633 M. Adriatico Str., Malate, Manila, is near Rizal Park, Divisoria Market, Paco Park, and Avilon Zoo.
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