Sarrosa International Hotel and Residential Suites
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
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Travel Blogs from Cebu City
... prosperous port capital, Cebu City, retains
landmarks from its 16th-century Spanish colonial past, including the
Basilica Minore del Santo Niņo church and triangular Fort San Pedro.
It’s also a gateway to the region’s renowned dive sites and beach
... did stay overnight next to me just in the case something happened to me during the night time then she'll still there, I certain hat off for her on the day I discharged the hospital. All I saw nurses do in the nurses' stations are sitting their **** down and looking at their smartphone- texting, browsing the social network and gaming... Are you calling them professional? Certain not me. If it happen in UK I am sure it will gone into chaos, having a warning from the manager, ...
... a whole new culture despite having just spent 10 days in Thailand.
So having left the bible behind.. the Lonely Planet, I was completely winging it in Cebu. Luckily I had made contact with Ace via couchsurfing prior to arriving in Cebu,and was happy to give me lots of great advice. Anyway after a couple of days in Cebu, she had read my post on face book.... something along the lines of OMG... Downtown Cebu... whats going on ??!!
I had booked a hotel, and ...
... Philippine heritage. My gratitude to the city and people who preserve those artifacts, houses, buildings and evidences of the past for people of the new generation, to easily visualize, understand and value.
Tips and Notes:
• Start early – iwas sunburn, less usok, not crowded.
• Try Ngoyong (lumpiang gulay)
• Study your map sa hotel (leave it ...
I'm in Cebu City and I'm sick :(
I left Dumagette on Thursday morning, taking a trike to the market, then a jeepney for abou half an hour to a pier where I took a fastcraft for about 20 minutes to get to the island of Cebu.
Then it was about 3.5 hours on a bus, and I was in Cebu City.
On the bus I started to feel a little nauseous, a little unwell, but I assumed it was just being on/off so many modes of transportation.
I checked in, walked ...