St Giles Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... show tonight was different, this chap was a musical genius. He played so many instruments it was amazing, bag pipes, piano, pan pipes, flute, violin to name but a few and he. Could play them really well. And to tip it all he could sing and was rather funny as well, you could say he was a one man variety act. Brilliant. That's it for today, it's late been playing scrabble it's almost midnight and I need to be up for the trip tomorrow. ...
... money-approximately 200,000 wons. It is the biggest mall in the Asia. I shop or play or look there for 3 hours, and 1hour for walk around the MOA. In the hotel, they give lunch, and dinner for free, so go back to the hotel and eat dinner. After eating dinner, there is Casino and concert in the hotel. Play and watch the concert. Also, go to the cafe and enjoy coffee or dessert. The next day, i packed stuffs of clothes to go ...
... zoom in for but it's a display case at the local Starbucks that contains french toast that is roughly the size of a yorkie. The Starbucks here are kind of cool because they have sandwiches and breakfast items that they cook for you. This is convenient because the lunch hour for the work I'm doing is around 1 am so there aren't many places to get food that isn't 85% cholesterol. There are also a ton of ...
This day was sweet with strawberry and cream cheese pancakes for breakfast. It was time we saw a movie in Greenbelt. I have never seen that many city lights in my whole life! Lobster was safe and easy to eat for lunch. Since we were in the mood, we all voted on going to the Apo Reef National Park. That last adventure ended our ...
... two stops for 12 pesos each and got off near Intramuros. We walked into the walled city and were immediately followed by a few pedicab guys, or trikes as they're called here. They all offer tours of the Intramuros sights for 200 pesos or so. We put them all off and started to walk around the city but soon enough we got super hot and kind of lost and bargained one of the guys down to 150 P. So we crammed ourselves into a tiny trike ...