St. Moritz Hotel

Address: Gorordo Ave., Cebu City, Cebu, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gorordo Ave., Cebu City, is near Magellan's Cross, Casa Gorordo Museum, Casino Filipino, and Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Cebu City

      The beginning of the Philippines.

      A travel blog entry by sjames on Dec 17, 2014

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      ... seeing trip. The tour began at 9am with a walk to the historic areas: the fort, Magellans Cross, Cathedrals and the Cebu church museum. Cebu city has an incredibly interesting Catholic history and some very beautiful old houses built during the time of the Spanish and Americans. Whole trees support the roof and the sliding windows are beautifully crafted wooden grids, each square holding a thin layer of shell to let in the light. There are old wooden harps, ...

      Our first day in Cebu

      A travel blog entry by bella35766712 on Aug 17, 2014

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      ... was fun because I got to watch T.V. Eventually dad woke up but he wasn't very energetic so I had to wait for a little bit longer, before we went out again. For dinner, dad and I decided to go back to SM mall so we went outside and ran across the road to get a taxi. When we got to the mall we were trying to decide where we should go when we saw shakey's, we decided to go there again. This time, I had calamari and fish, while dad had another salad. We stayed at ...

      Crazy People and Charity Work in Cebu

      A travel blog entry by vazza.wazza on Nov 25, 2013

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      ... destroyed (there are 4 other centres catering to the rest). It was extremely hot, repetitive, physical work but as always friendly people and good banter got us through and kept us working at a decent rate. They are very grateful for the extra hands as they are struggling to keep up with the workload and there are not many volunteers locally (I think mostly due to the higher poverty levels than in Manila).

      Back again tomorrow for another solid days work!


      The First Hours of Typhoon Yolanda

      A travel blog entry by elsat on Nov 23, 2013


      ... Throughout the whole storm, these moments of reflection were rare because people in need continued to consistently present themselves.

      Over the course of the 4 hours the storm was in full swing, we took in over 40 children and adults in to our home. Each time the men already safe in our home would run out to help the children and women in to the house, I would run upstairs and grab dry clothes and try to dress the children, while Carter treated ...


      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 28, 2013

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      ... a traditional spiky roof and surrounded by nice pretty grounds. That was it really! Later on in the evening, I had a bit of a shock when a funeral procession went by, followed by hundreds of candle-bearing locals. There was even a body on display in the coffin. However, after the initial shock had passed, I quickly realised that the 'body' was in fact a plastic model of Jesus! And the hundreds of people were yet again, taking part in another ceremony. Complete with marching ...